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REPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR GENERAL 



ON THE 



FINANCES 



OF THE 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER jo. 1896. 



AMOS H. MYLIN, 

ATDITOR OKNKKAI.. 



CLARENCE M. BUSCH. 
STATE PRINTER OF PENNSYLVANIA, 



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OmOUL DOOUMENT, No. 2. 



REPORT 



OF THE 



Auditor General on the Finances. 



Auditor Gcaierars Department, 
Harrisburg, Pa., May 1, 1897. 
Honorable Daniel H. Hastings, 

Governor of the Gomiroon wealth of Pennsylvania. 
Bir: In compliance with the provisions of Section 20, act of May 
1, 1876, entitled "An act to carry out the provisions of section 12, 
article 3, of the Constitution, in relation to the public printing and 
binding, and the supply of paper thereof," I have the honor to trans- 
mit herewith the annual report of this Department on the finances of 
the Commonwealth, for the fiscal year ended the 30th day of Novem- 
ber, A. D. 1896, arranged in the following order, to-wit: 

1. Statement showing the receipts at the treasury and the sources 
from w^hich they were deiuved. 

2. Statement showing the payments at the treasury, and the pur- 
I>oees for whicJi they were made. 

3. Statement showing the monthly receipts and payments at the 
treasury, their sources and objects. 

4. Statement showing the assessment of State tax on personal 
ppojx^rty in the several counties of the Commonwealth. 

5. Statement showing the several public loans of the Common- 
wealth, when authorized, for what purpose, amount of loans, rate 
of interest, when reimbursable, dates of maturity, amount outstand- 
ing, and when the interest ceased. 

6. Statement relative to the outstanding certificates issued in pay- 
ment of interest on the funded debt due in 1842, 1843 and 1844. 

7. Statement relative to the outstanding is^sues and re-issues made 
by sundry banks, in pursuance of the acts of Assembly of May 4, 
ISil and April 10, 1849. 

8. Statement relative to the outstanding certificates issued to do- 
meslic creditors. 

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9. Statement of the aiux>uut of stocks and bonds held by the Ooin- 
inonwealth in diveiis incoii>onited companies. 

10. Statement showing the funded and unfunded debt of the Ooin- 
mon wealth on the first day of December, 1896. 

11. Miscellaneous statements as follows: 

a. Mine- Inspectors (bituminous). 

b. ^line Inspectors (anthracite), 
e. Delinquent corporations. 

d. Cost per cent, of collecting mercantile and other licenses. 

e. Cost per cent, of collecting collateral inheritanoe tax 

f. Cost per cent, of collecting receipts from pamphlet laws, 
county loans and tax on writs. 

g. Recapitulation of cost of collecting revenue at the county 
desk. 

h. Pees of office received by county officers. 

i. Receipts and expenditures from 1791 to 1895. 

j. Receipts itemized, 1840 to 1S95. 

k. Expenditures itt^mized, 1840 to 1895. 

Tabular statement, showing amounts received from and paid 
to the several counties of the commonwealth. 
The Report of this Department is a mine of valuable information, 
but hithertb the matter has been so crudely arranged that a gw»at 
deal of labor was required to get the information into proper shape 
to be used to anyi advantage. For instance, previous to 1895, the 
bonus and several taxes paid by any corporation was arranged and 
printed under four diffei'ent heads, and to get the information de- 
sired, four references had to be made. In the Report for 1895 
the taxes paid by the several corporations were collected on one 
page so as to sliow instan'tly, by one reference, the whole amount of 
tax, interest and penalty paid by any one corporation. This arrange- 
ment was so satisfactotTV' to the public that this year a clas«ification 
of the different conupanies is made under separate heads ©hawing, 
not only the amount of tax paid by an individual company, but the 
total amount of tax paid by the class to which it belongs. 

In order to make the subject matter of this Repoi-t more easily 
available, a number of tabulations and comparisons have been made 
to-wit: Statement D following page 338, showing cost of colleoting 
mercantile and other licensee; Statement E, page 339, showing the 
cowt of collecting collateral inheritance tax; Statement G, page 342, 
shorwing the <M>st of collecting revenue at the county de»k; Sta/tc^ 
ment H, page 334, sh<awing a comparative statement of the feee, 
derk hire, expenses, etc., of the county officers for the several coun- 
ties of the State; Statement I, page 354, showing ihe receipts and 
expenditures frt)m 1791 to 1895; Statements J and K, pages 354 and 
362 respectively, showing itemized receipts and expenditures from 

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1840 to 1895, also Tabular Staifiiient page 367, showing amount re- 
ceived by State from counties and bv counties from State for the 
years 1895 and 1896. 

During the year a hirge amount of dHinquent work was done. It 
was discovered the latter part of last year tliait there were a great 
many thousands of dollars "delinquent" taxes remaining unpaid. The 
delinquencies consisted of two kinds. The first were the companies 
thiat refused or neglected to send in their annual reports, required by 
law, proj)erly filled out, which serve a.s a basis upon which to make a 
settlement of the taxes againist them. T\\o second wei*e those corpo- 
rations or companies that refused or neglf^cted to pay their taxes 
after they had been assessed and become due. To f)ermit either of 
these kinds of delinquencies is fatal to a pro]Kir collection of the 
revenue. A delinquency bui'eau was organized an«d extra clerks put 
at work to comj^el these corporations to comply with the law. All 
corporations owing taxes to tite Commonwealth,or that were delin- 
quent in reports, wei-e notified to make immediate payment of the 
amount due and to furnish the reports for the yeajrs they w^ere delin- 
quent. From September 1, 1895, to November 30, 1896, 2,335 corpo- 
rations were notified, to which were mailed 9,340 blanks for reports; 
2,150 letters and delinquent tax notices were sent out, and 802 ac- 
counts were looked up, prepared and certified to the Attorney Gen- 
eral for collection, amounting in the aggregate to f291,056, upon 
which that officer has collected ?112,379.10 with $5,895.18 interest. 
In addition to the afoi-esaid sums, there has been for the same period 
as per exhibit upon page 338, collected through this Department 
alone, the sum $916,217.53, making altogether the sum of $1,034,- 
491.81. This is the largest amount of delinquent taxes ever collected 
in one year in the his^tory of this office. Tliis sum runs through a 
number of years, af« will Ix? sliown by an examination of the table. 
These delinquencies are largely due to the fact that there was not 
sufficient clerical force in the Depai'tn)ont to looJv after them. The 
current business of the office, a«s it comes in daily, occupies the at- 
tention of the force constantly, and it was only by putting on extra 
clerks that this work was accomplislied. It is poor eooncany on the 
part of the State not to provide sufficient help to do the work in the 
Depailnient that keeps flie whole government afloat. 

The law relating to vendors of merchandise, commonly known as 
the mercantile license tax, is ver\- crude and antiquafted. It is not 
suited to the present cH>nditions of business. It is unequal in its 
operations; hard to appraise properly; o])pressive upon small deal- 
ers; expensive in its enforcement, and its administration is not suffi- 
ciently under the control of this Department. The appraisers 
through the State are appointed by the board of county commission- 
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theBi, except as can bf? exerted in the setttlement of their aooounts 
for work done and for mileage. Tlie wbole sum for collecting the mer- 
cantile license tax amounts to 17 0-10 per cent. This Department 
recommends a change in the law, that is to say, that the county ti'eas- 
arers of the several counties of the State shall be authorized aiid di- 
rected to collect this tax; make an appraisement of the business done 
by each vendor or dealer, and upon the payment of the tax asses^ied, 
a license? will be issued, to be exfK)sed in a public place in the stoi'e 
or place of business. Tlvis would be a much simpler way than the 
present. Tlie Internal Revenue T>epajlment of the National 
Government has adopted this plan and it works admirably. The 
entii-e cost for the collection of internal revenue in one of the lead- 
ing districts of this 8taite amorLted to but .48 of 1 per c*ent. Such 
a law, properly worked out with ample authority given to this De- 
pai'tment, would be more efficient and more profitable to the State 
with less buMtMi imposed upon tlie dealer than the existing law. 

A very interesting statement has been prepared for this report by 
Ool. John A. Glenn, convolution de])uty, showing the amount of 
moneys nneived by the State from the eounties and all moneys re- 
ceived by the counties. This is an entirely new tabulation, which T 
believe to be corix^ct. It required a great deal of labor, but is very 
important. Any person wishing to investigate the relaiHon^s of the 
State to the county, as far as taxation and expenditures are con- 
cerned, will find suflicieut matter in this table to warnint consider- 
able reflection. 

This Department further i^'commends a law changing the tax year 
for cx>r[>orations from tlie 1st Monday in November to the 31st day 
of December. Every well managed corporation on the first of the 
year takes account of stock to inform tlie management of the condi- 
tion and financial standing of such company. After doing that work 
the yearly report could Ix^ made out more promptly and accurately 
than under the preisent requirement. Tliis ctm be done and will 
not disarrange the financial system of the State as is plainly shown 
from the fact that reports for gro<*s receipts are made on the 30th 
day of June and the 31st of December, and reports on loans are made 
out for the year ending the 31st day of December. This require- 
ment in these two instances works well and its adoption in i*efer- 
enoe to the capital stock tax would be a great convenience to the 
business interests of the State. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

AMOS H. MYLIN, 

Auditor General. 



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AODITOR GENERAL'S REPORT. 



Revenoe of tbe GommoDwealtli of PennsjliraDia. 



SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS 

At the Slate Treaaary from the ist Day of December, 1805, to 30th Day of November 

iSqO; Both Days Inclusive. 



1. FROM FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS 

AND ASSOCIATIONS. 

1. NATIONAL BANKS. 

1. Tax on bank stock, $463,270 49 

2. INCORPORATED STATE BANKS. 

1. Tax on bank stock, $63,384 80 

2. Bank examinations, 3,399 82 

3. Bonus on charters, 950 00 

67,734 62 

3. INCORPORATED SAVINGS IN- 

STITUTIONS. 

1 . Tax on net earnings or in- 

come, $30,051 81 

2. Bank examinations, 1,170 54 

31,222 35 

4. TRUST COMPANIES. 

1. Tax on capital stock, $344,672 98 

2. Tax on loans, 23,360 98 

3. Tax on gross premiums,.. 15,336 39 

4. Bonus on charters, 5,500 00 

5. Bank examinations 7,001 93 

6. Interest and penalty, 405 00 

396,277 25 

5. FOREIGN BUILDING AND 

LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

1 . Bank examinations, 3,705 68 

$9i52,210 39 

2. FROM CORPORATIONS AND ASSO- 

CIATIONS. 

6. ForeigTi insurance companies, $548,442 18 

7. Tax on capital stock, 3,482,920 38 

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AUDITOR GENERAL. OP PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Sum mar J of BecelpU— Cootinned. 

8. Tax on loans (oorporatlonfl) $879,978 11 

9. Tax on gross receipts (corpo^ratlons) 713,373 12 

10. Tax on groos premiums, 39,925 48 

11. Bonus on charters, 305,300 67 

12. Inftere»t and penalty, 13,749 81 



$5,983,689 75 



3. FROM COUNTIES. 

13. Tax on personal property, $2,716,207 94 

14. Tax on writs, wills, deeds, etc , 145.518 21 

15. Tax on collateral Inheritances, 925,717 02 

16. Tax on loans (municipal and ooun.y) 205,767 15 

17. Pamphlet laws 175 57 

18. Notaries puhlld ooinmission»3, 14,000 00 

19. Fees of county officers. 19,030 53 

20 Receipts from licenses: 

1. Mercantile licenses $554,800 41 

2. Wholesale liquor licenses,. 459,771 00 

3. Brewers' and distillers' li- 

censes 125,989 20 

4. Bottlers' licenses 118,816 89 

5. Billiard licenses 45,491 93 

6. Brokers' licenses 24,262 74 

7. Auctionee«rs' licenses, .... 13,893 79 

8. Peddlers' licenses, 1,330 95 

9. Theatres, circus, etc., li- 

censes, 17,053 83 

10. Hating house licenses, 18,544 72 

1,379,955 46 

4. FROM OTHER SOURCES. 

21. Tax on net earnings or income (brokers, etc.), $53,327 99 

22. Tax on sale of fertilizers, 12,480 OD 

23. Ijands 2,861 91 

24. Gross receipts (notaries public) 4,349 14 

25. Fines, 4,099 30 

26. Penalties 10 22 

27. Allegheny Valley R. R. Co 167.500 00 

28. U. S. Government, 155,431 76 

29. Annuity for right of way, 10,000 00 

30. Escheats, 3,620 67 

31. Fees of State officers 130,901 66 

32. Refunded cash 5,994 71 

33. Conscience money, 336 30 

34. Miscellaneous general 10,657 91 



5,406,371 88 



561,571 57 



Total receipts $12,913,843 59 

Balance in Treasury, November 30, 1895 3.429.654 07 



$16,343,497 66 



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ReTenue of the Commonwealth. Tax on Bank Stock. 



I. NATIONAL BANKS. 



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National Banki. t B^nk Stock. 

Allegheny National Dank, Pittsburgh, $3,088 03 

Allentown National Bank, Allentown, 2,546 00 

AnnviUe National Bank, Annville, 520 00 

Bank of North America, Philadelphia 8,030 00 

Berwyn National Bank. Berwyn, 200 00 

Blairsville National Bank, BlairsviUe, 208 00 

Braddock National Bank, Braddock, 800 00 

Bradford National Bank. Bradford 1,280 00 

Bryn Mawr National Bank, Bryn Mawr, . 400 00 

1 76 00 

Burgettfitown National Bank, Burgettstown, j. roo aa 

\ 528 00 

ButJer County National Bank, Butler 700 00 

Centennial National Bank, Philadelphia, 2,120 00 

Central Nflrfikmal Bank, Columbia, 460 00 

Central National Bank of Philadelphia, 6,000 00 

Obarter National Bank, Media, 400 00 

Chestnut Street National Bank, Philadelphia, 2,110 00 

Cheator National Bank, Chester, 1,866 40 

Citizens' National Bank, Ashland, 480 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Corry, 400 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Johnstown, 567 18 

Citizens' National Bank, Latrobe, 253 06 

Citizens' Nation'al Bank, McKeesport 800 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Mount Pleasant 400 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Muncy, 400 00 

Citizens' National Bank, New Castle : 944 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Pittsburgh 3,840 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Pottstown, 424 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Towanda, 780 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Warren 720 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Washington, 800 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Waynesburg, 591 00 

City National Bank, Philadelphia, 3,200 00 

City National Bank, Susquehanna, 240 00 

Clearfield National Bank, 472 00 

Columbia National Bank, Pittsburgh, 1,600 00 

Columbia National Bank, Columbia 1,260 00 

Commercial National Bank, Bradford 440 00 

Commercial National Bank of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, | 2,624 40 

Commercial National Bank, Pittsburgh, ; 1,248 00 

Conestoga National Bank, Lancaster, i 1,216 59 

Consolidation National Bank, Philadelphia, 2,400 00 

Corn Exchange National Bank, Philadelphia, 3,120 00 



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Uerenue of the Commonwealth. Tax on Bank 9tock— Gontlnned. 
National Banks. 



Tax on 
Bank Stock. 



County National Bank, Clearfield, $800 00 

Danville National Bank, Danville, 1,600 00 

Delaware County National Bank, Chester, 2,400 00 

Diamond National Bank, Pittsburgh. 1,600' 00 

Dillsburg National Bank, DiUsburg, 261 60 

Downicgtown National Bank, Downingtown 604 00 

Doylestown National Bank, Doylestown, 840 00 

Drovers' and Mechanics' National Bank, York, 586 28 

X)n Bois Deposit National Bank, Du Bois, 292 57 

Duncanuo?! National Bank, Duncannon, 260 00 

Duquesne National Bank, Pittsburgh, 1,600 00 

Easton National Bank, Easton, 4,000 00 

East Pittsburgh National Bank, Wilmerdlng, 214 49 

East Stroudsburg National Bank 248 81 

Eighth National Bank, Philadelphia, 2,200 00 

Ellzabethtown National Bank, Elizabethtown, 800 00 

Elk County National Bank, Rldgway, 480 00 

Enterprise National Bank, Allegheny, 1,280 00 

Ephrata National Bank, Ephrata, 633 25 

Exchange National Bank, Pittsb^urgh, 7,680 00 

Farmers' Deposit National Bank, Pittsburgh, 4,000 00 

Farmers' National Bank, Athens, 240 00 

Farmers' National Bank, Beaver Falls, 411 30 

Farmers' National Bank, Bloomsburg 229 37 

Farmers' National Bank, Boyertown 314 79 

Farmers' National Bank of Bucks county, Bristol 737 76 

Farmers' National Bank, Ephrata, 228 00 

Farmeirs' National Bank, Kittanning, 800 00 

Farmers' National Bank, Lancaster, 3,600 00 

Farmers' Na lional Bank, Lebanon, 470 00 

Fprmers' National Bank, Oxford, 351 72 

Farmers' National Bank, Penneburg, 336 00 

Farmers' National Bank, Reading 3.200 16 

Farmers' National Bank, Watsontown 268 67 

Farmers' National Bank, West Chester, 521 41 

Farmers' National Bank, York, 1,600 00 

Farmers' and Drovers' National Bank, Waynesburg 844 56 

Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank, Mercer, 640 00 

Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank, Mount Pleasant, 231 87 

Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank, Philadelphia 8,800 00 

Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank, Phoenixville, 400 00 

Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank, Washington 800 00 

Fifth National Bank, Pittaburgh, 436 00 

First National Bank, Allegheny 1,680 00 

First National Bank, Altoona 924 00 

First National Bank, Ambler, 800 00 

First National Bank, Athens, 800 00 

First National Bank, Bangor, 1,360 00 

First National Bank, Beaver 400 00 

First National Jiank, Beaver Falls, | 632 00 

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Revenue of the Commonw«alth. Tax on Bank Stock— Continued. 



Tax on 
National Banks. Bank Stock. 

First Natloxiai Bank, Bedford $400 00 

Ii^rat National Bank, Bellefonte, 800 00 

FirH National Bank, Belle Vernon 200 00 

First National Bank, Berwick 483 00 

First National Bank, Bethlehem, 1,500 00 

First National Bank, Birdsboro, 400 00 

First National Bank, Birmingham, Pittsburgh, 800 00 

First National Bank, Blairsville 640 03 

First National Bank, Bloomsburg 400 00 

First National Bank, Braddock, 384 84 

First National Bank, Bradford, 900 00 

1 30 00 

First National Bank, California, I 220 00 

First National Bank, Cannonsburg, 300 00 

First National Bank, Canton 248 00 

First National Bank, Carbondale, 880 00 

First National Bank, Carnegie, 270 00 

First National Bank, Catawissa, 200 00 

Plret NaUonal Bank, Charleroi, 220 00 

First National Bank, Chester 728 00 

First National Bank, Clarion, 800 00 

First National Bank, Claysville 400 00 

First National Bank. Cochrantown, 200 00 

First National Bank, Conneautville 200 00 

First National Bank, Connellsville 600 00 

First National Bank, Columbia 1,080 00 

First National Bank, Conshohocken 870 00 

First National Bank, Couder.^port, 20O 00 

First National Bank, Danville, 1,200 00 

First National Bank, Darby, 220 00 

First National Bank, Dawson, . 400 00 

First National Bank, Delta, .' 240 00 

First National Bank, Duquesne 400 00 

First National Bank, Dushore, 238 80 

First National Bank, Easton 3,200 00 

First National Dank, Ellwood City 200 00 

First National Bank, Emlenton 240 00 

First National Bank, Emporium 400 00 

First National Bank, Brie 1,200 OD 

First National Bank, l^ranklin, 800 00 

First National Bank, Gettysburg, 800 00 

First National Bank, Girardville, 244 56 

First National Bank, Glen Rock 260 00 

First National Bank, Greencastle 500 00 

First Nationial Bank, Greensburg, 1,200 00 

First National Bank, Greenville, 607 48 

First National Bank, Hanover, ; 1,600 00 

First National Bank, Harrisburg 800 00 

First National Bank, Hazleton, 800 00 

First National Bank, Hollidaysburg, 200 00 

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Bank, Homestead ; I252 00 

Bank, Honey Brook 400 00 

Bank, Hughesrille, ' 400 00 

Bank, Huntingdon, 800 00 

Bank, Indiana, 1.600 00 

Bank, Irwin, 290 00 

Bank, Jeannette, 400 00 

Bank. Johnstown, 800 00 

Bank, Kane 105 20 

Bank, Lancaster, 1,680 00 

Bank, Lansdale, 800 03 

Bank, Latrobe, 5:50 00 

Bank, Lebanon, 400 00 

Bank, Lehighton, 600 00 

Bank, Lock Haven 1.440 01 

Bank, Mahanoy City 592 00 

Bank, Marietta 800 00 

Bank, Mauch Chunk 3,200 00 

Bank, McDonald , ; • 352 53 

Bank, McKeesport, '. 1,4C0 00 

Bank, Mechanicsburg, 800 00 

Bank, Media 800 00 

Bank, Mercer 960 00 

Bank, Middleburg. 267 20 

Bank, MIfflintown , 270 00 

Bank, Millersburg 400 00 

Bank, Milton 456 00 

Bank, Minersville. 400 00 

Bank, Montrose 300 00 

Bank, Mount Carmel 300 59 

Bank, Mount Joy, 800 00 

Bank, Mount Pleasant 800 00 

Bank, Nanticoke. .-r 600 00 

Bank. New Bethlehem 400 00 

Bank. New Castle, 1.200 00 

Bank, Newtown, 800 00 

Bank, Newville, 800 00 

Bank, New Kensington. 220 00 

Bank. Newport. 220 00 

Bank, Norristown 1.200 00 

Bank, North East, 200 00 

Bank, Oil City, 560 00 

Bank. Orwigsburg, 200 00 

Bank, Patton, 274 00 

Bank, Pen Argyl 240 00 

Bank, Philadelphia, 8,000 00 

Bank. Philipsburg 412 92 

Bank, Plttston, 2.000 00 

Dankv Plymouth, , 800 00 

Bank, Port Allegheny, 220 00 

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ReTenutt of the Commonwealth. Tax on Bank Stock— Continued . 

NaUonal Bank.. l Ban"s?Sck. 

First National Bank, Punxsutawney, j 1400 00 

First National Bank, Reading, 2,000 00 

First National Bank, Renovo, ' 400 00 

First National Bank, Reynoldsvllle, 400 00 

First National Bank, Rochester, 400 00 

First National Bank, Saltsburg, 250 00 

First National Bank, Scottdale, 400 00 

First National Bank. Scranton 1,600 00 

First NaUonal Bank, Sellnsgrove, 300 00 

First National Bank, Sewickley 289 08 

First National Bank, Shamokin, 800 00 

First National Bank, Sharon, 1,000 00 

First National Bank, Shenandoah, 800 00 

First National Bank, Shippensburg 600 00 

First National Bank, Somerset, 288 00 

First National Bank, Stewartstown, 250 73 

First National Bank, Straaburg, 403 20 

First National Bank, Stroudsburg, 300 00 

First National Bank, Sunbury, 1,600 00 

First National Bank, Tamaqua, 600 00 

First National Bank, Troy 274 52 

First National Bank, Towanda, 1,000 00 

First National Bank, Tyrone, 480 00 

First National Bank, Uniontown, 800 00 

First National Bank, Verona, 232 52 

First National Bank, Warren, 400 00 

First National Bank, Washington, 1,200 00 

First National Bank, Wellsboro, 800 00 

First National Bank, West Chester, 1,034 06 

First National Bank, West Newton, 400 00 

First National Bank, Wilkes-Barre, 3,000 00 

First National Bank, Wilkinsbiirg, 260 00 

First National Bank, Williamsport, 2,160 00 

First National Bank, Wrightsville, 790 9» 

First National Bank, York 1,712 76 

Fort Pitt National Bank, Pittsburgh, 1,600 00 

Fourth National Bank, Pittsburgh, 1,440 00 

Fourth Street National Bank, Philadelphia, 9,000 00 

Fulton National Bank, Lancaster, 1,144 74 

Gap National Bank, Gap, 280 00 

German National Bank, Allegheny, 1 ,6U0 00 

German National Bank, Pittsburgh, 2,000 00 

Gettysburg National Bank, Gettysburg, 1,161 20 

Girard National Bank, Philadelphia, 8,000 00 

Goveinment National Bank, PottsvlUe, 400 00 

Greenville National Bank, Greenville, 385 20 

Harrlsburg National Bank, Harrisburg, , 2,011 52 

Hatboro National Bank. Hatboro, 416 00 

Hiizleton National Bank, Hazleton, I 800 00 

Hom.^ National Bank. Royersford i ( 

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BeTenae of tbe Commoniroalth. Tax on Bank Stock— Continued. 



National Banka. 



Tax on 
Bank Stock. 



HoresdaJe National Bank, Honesdale, 

Huirmelstown National Bank, Hummelstown, 

Independence National Bank, Philadelphia, 

Iron City National Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Jefferson County National Dank, Brookvllle 

Jenkintown National Bank, Jenklntown, 

Johrsonburg National Bank, Johnsonburg, 

Kerrsington National Bank, Philadelphia, 

Keystone National Bank, Erie, 

Keystone National Bank, Manheim, 

Keystone National Bank, Reading, 

Lancaster County National Bank, Lancaster, 

Lebanon National Bank, Lebanon, 

Lehigh Valley National Bank, Bethlehem, 

LewlBburg National Bank, Lewlsburg, 

Liberty National Bank, Pittsburgh 

Lincoln National Bank, Lincoln, 

Lincoln National Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Llnderman National Bank, Mauch Chunk 

Lltitz National Bank, Lititz, 

Lycoming National Bank, Williamsport, 

Manayunk National Bank, Philadelphia, 

Manheim National Bank, Manheim 

Manufacturers' National Bank, Philadelphia 

Marine National Bank, Erie, 

Marine Natiodial Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Market Street National Bank, Philadelphia, 

Mechanics' National Bank, Philadelphia 

Mechanics' National Bank, Pittsburgh 

Mercer County National Bank, Mercer, 

Merchants' National Bank, Bangor, 

Merchants' National Bank, Carlisle, 

Merchants' National Bank, Harrlsburg, 

Merchants* National Bank, Meadville 

Merchants' National Bank, Philadelphia, 

Merchants' National Bank, Shenand3ah 

Merchants' National Bank, Williamsport 

Merchants' and Farmers' National Bank, Greensburg, 

Metropolitan National Bank, Pittsburgh 

Mifflin County National Bank, Lewlstown 

Miles National Bank, Delta 

Milton National Bank, Milton 

Miners' National Dank, Blossburg 

Miners' National Bank, Pottsville, 

Monongahela National Bank, Brownsville, 

Monongahela National Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Montgomery National Bank, Norristown 

Mountvllle National Bank, Mountville 

National Bank of Avondale, 

National Bank of Boyertown, 



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$2,400 00 

340 00 

2,500 00 

3,200 00 

403 00 

800 00 

200 00 

2,000 00 

600 00 

243 45 

800 00 

2,400 00 

1,600 00 

2,400 00 

800 00 

960 0) 

276 00 

1,104 00 

400 00 

495 60 

800 00 

1,280 00 

840 00 

2.880 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

3,240 00 

2,200 00 

4,000 00 

400 00 

236 60 

448 00 

480 00 

800 00 

2,400 00 

440 00 

800 00 

800 00 

960 00 

520 00 

262 91 

480 00 

190 00 

2.600 00 

800 00 

1,520 00 

1.600 00 

220 00 

213 00 



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REPORT ON THE FINANCES. 



HeTenae of the OommonweaJth. Tax od Bank Stock— Oontlnaed. 



National Banks. 



Tax on 
Bank Stock. 



National Bauk of Brookville, | 

Natlon.il Bank of Catasauqua, 

National Bank of Chester County, West Chester, 

National Bank of Chester Valley, Coatesville, 

National Bank of Chambersburg, I 

National Bank of Christiana, 

National Bank of Claysville, , 

National Bank of Commerce, Philadelphia 

National Bank of Coatesville, 

National Bank of Corry, 

National Bank of Fayette County, Uniouiown 

N<»tlonal Bank of Germantown, Philadelphia, 

National Bank of South Pennsylvania, Hyndman 

National Bank of Kennett Square, 

National Bank of Klttanning, 

National Bank of Lawrence County, New Castle, 

National Bank of Malvern, 

XMacionai HanK or McKeesport 

National Bank of New Brighton 

National Bank of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, 

National Bank of Oxford, 

Natl onal Bank of Pottstown 

National Bank of Phoenixville, 

National Bank of Royersford, 

National Bank of Schwenksville, 

National Bank of Slatington 

National Bank of Spring City 

National Bank of Tarentum, 

National Bank of West Grove, 

National Bank of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh 

National Deposit Bank of Brownsville , 

National Iron Bank of Pottatown, , 

National Security Bank, Philadelphia, I 

National Union Bank of Reading 

New First National Bank, Meadville, 

N«w Holland National Bank, New Holland, 

Ninth National Bank, Philadelphia 

Northampton County National Bank, Easton, 

Northern National Bank, Lancaster 

Northern National Bank, Philadelphia 

North Wales National Bank 

Northwestern National Bank,. Philadelphia, 

Parkesburg National Bank, ; 

Pennsylvania National Bank, Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania National Bank, Pittsburgh 

Pennsylvania National Bank, Pottsville, 

Pennsylvania National Bank, Reading 

FecplF.'s National Bank, Lancaster, ' 

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1,852 00 

1,800 00 

1,600 00 

120 00 

693 47 

304 00 

280 00 

850 00 

448 00 

200 00 

800 00 

1,600 00 

267 87 

580 00 

800 00 

1,200 00 

200 00 

1.200 00 

800 00 

4,000 00 

688 00 

2.400 00 

1.040 00 

660 00 

800 00 

492 00 

920 00 

290 00 

274 00 

1,600 00 

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868 00 

138 00 

1,750 00 

1,600 00 

800 00 

1,000 00 

1.680 00 

1.072 00 

410 00 

1,110 00 

400 00 

1,280 00 

252 00 

3,420 00 

1,040 00 

960 00 

760 00 

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Off. Doc. 



Reyenne of the Commonwealth. Tax on Bank Stock— Continued. 



National Banks. 



Tax on 
Bank Stock. 



People's National Bauk, LaDghorne ' ^400 00 

People's National Bank, I/ebanon, 488 00 

People's National Bank, Norristown, 1.600 0*) 

Ptople's National Bank, Pittsburgh, 7,782 14 

People's National Bank, Waynesboro, 556 38 

Philadelphia National Bank, 12,000 00 

Pittsburgh National Bank of Commerce 4,000 00 

Quaker City National Bank, Philadelphia, 1,960 Oj 

Quakertown National Bank, 800 00 

Quarryville National Bank, 369 6J 

Reading National Bank, Reading, 1,197 13 

Refcdsville National Bank 230 00 

Second National Bank, Allegheny 1,200 00 

Second National Bank, Allentown, 1,120 00 

Second National Bank, Altoona, 400 00 

Second National Bank, Brownsville, 800 00 

Second National Bank, Clarion, 230 00 

Second National Bank, Connellaville, 330 00 

Second National Bank, Erie, 2,400 00 

Second National Bank, Mauch Chunk, 1,200 00 

Second National Bank, Mechanicsburg 250 00 

Second National Bank, Philadelphia 1,512 00 

Second National Bank, Pittsburgh 2,400 00 

Second National Bank, Reading, 1,400 00 

Second National Bank, Tltueville 2,400 00 

Second National Bank, Wllkes-Barre, 3,600 00 

Sellersvllle National Bank 600 00 

Seventh National Bank, Philadelphia 1,191 55 

Sharon National Bank 1,000 00 

Sixth National Bank, Philadelphia, 1,400 00 

Somerset County National Bank, Somerset, 271 11 

South Bethlehem National Bank, 224 00 

Southwark National Bank, Philadelphia 2,000 00 

Southwestern National Bank, Philadelphia, 1,072 00 

Steelton National Bank 600 00 

Stroudsburg National Bank 800 00 

Tenth National Bank, Philadelphia, 1,040 00 

Third National Bank, Allegheny, 1,600 00 

Third National Bank, Philadelphia, 2,734 32 

Third National Bank, Scranton 1,600 00 

Traders' National Bank, Scranton 1,203 84 

Tradesmen's National Bank, Con-hohocken 400 00 

Tradesmen's National Bank, Philadelphia, 4,000 00 

Tradesmen's National Bank, Pittsburgh, 3,200 00 

Union National Bank, Lewisburg 584 00 

Union National Bank, Huntingdon 400 00 

Union National Bank, Mahanoy City, 560 OO 

Union National Bank, Mount Joy ' 800 00 

Union National Bank. New Brighton, 400 00 

Union National Bank, Philadelphia, 3,095 34 

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Bevenne of the Commonwealth. Tax on Bank Stock— Continued. 



N.tlon.1 B«.k.. I 3,1;^™,^ 



Union National Bank, Pittsburgh, j $2,000 00 

Union National Bank, Souderlx)n, 720 CO 

United States National Bank, Pittsburgh, 601 62 

Valley National Bank, Chambersburg, 560 00 

Valley National Bank, Lebanon, 800 00 

Warren National Bank, 1,200 00 

Watsontown National Bank, 394 99 

Wellsboro National Bank, 400 00 

West Branch National Bank, Williameport 800 03 

Western National Bank, Philadelphia, 3,200 00 

Western National Bank, York, 648 00 

Westmoreland National Bank, Greensburg 800 i)0 

Willlamsport National Bank, ; 400 00 

Wyoming National Bank, Tunkhannock, 800 00 

Wyoming Natiohal Bank, Wilkes-Barre, 1,200 00 

Yardley National Bank, Yardley 400 00 

York County National Bank, York, 1,600 00 

York National Bank, York, 2,400 00 

Yough National Bank, Connellsville, 600 00 



Total $463,270 49 



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Off. Doc. 



ReTenue of the Commonwealth. Tax on Bank Stock— Continued. 



Incorporated State Banks. 




Tax on 
bank Btock. 



Anchor Sayings Bank, Pibtfi- 
burgh, I. 

Anthracite Savings Bank/Wllkes- 
Barre, - 

Apollo Savings Bank $76 00 

Arsenal Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Bank of Secured Savings, Pitts- 
burgh 125 00 

Bank of PltUburgh.Plttsburgh, 

Kank of Waynesboro, 62 5D 

Bond American Bank, Pitts- 
burgh, 62 50 

Butler Savings Bank, Butler 

Carlisle Deposit Bank, Carlisle, 

City Deposit Bank, Pittsburgh, 

City Savings Bank, Pittsburgh 

City Bank, York, 

Citizens' Bank, Evansburg, 

Citizens' Bank, Preeland, 

Citizens' Bank, Punxsutawney 

Citizens' Bank, Reading, 

Commercial Bank, Titusville, 

Citizens' Bank of Turtle Creek, 62 50 

Dime Deposit and Discount Bank, 
Scranton, 

Dime Savings Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Du Bols Deposit Bank, 

Eltzabethtown Exchange Bank, 

Erie Dime Savings and Loan 
Association, Erie 

Exchange Bank, Franklin, 

Farmers' Bank, Carlisle 

Farmers' Bank, Hummelstown, 

Farmers' Bank, Indiana, 

Farmers' Bank, Middletown, 

Farmers' Bank, Miffllnburg, 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, 
Sharpsburg 

(125 00 

Freehold Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Freeport Bank, Freeport, 

Germari Savings and (Deposit 
Bank, Birmingham, Pittsburgh, 

Germanla Savings Bank, Pitts- 
burgh, 

Hamburg Savings Fund, Ham- 
burg 

H3no\er Savings Fund S?ciety, 
Hanover 



ExpenM of 
examination. 



Total. 



$208 00 

1,200 00 
240 OD 
440 00 

367 06 

9,600 00 

256 8) 

170 00 

480 00 
800 00 
800 00 
584 00 
800 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 OD 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 



800 00 
222 46 



400 00 

1,200 00 
8)0 00 
400 00 
344 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 

324 00 



1.600 00 
400 00 

800 00 

660 00 

230 00 

4 ' 



$31 24 

51 58 
38 42 
33 60 

26 88 
152 10 

27 94 



49 60 
39 96 
39 83 
42 16 
35 18 

28 90 
30 08 

29 34 
35 78 
47 76 



37 38 

27 56 

25 60 

28 18 

46 18 
34 20 
33 26 

28 94 
30 28 

29 68 

26 96 

30 36 
32 70 
32 84 
76 50 
29 04 

50 40 

75 56 

29 12 



$239 24 

1,251 58 

353 42 
473 50 

518 94 

9,762 10 

347 24 

232 50 

529 60 

839 96 

839 83 

626 16 

835 08 

428 90 
430 08 

429 34 
1,035 78 
1,247 76 

62 50 

837 38 

250 02 

25 60 

428 18 

1,246 18 

834 20 

433 26 

372 94 

430 28 

429 63 
428 96 

354 36 



190 54 

1,676 50 

429 04 

850 40 

735 66 

259 12 



41 02 441 02 

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ROTenue of the Commonwealth. Tax on Bank Btock— Continued. 



Incorporated State Banks. 



Bonne. 



Tax on 
bank etock. 



Expense of 
examination. 



I 



Indiana County Deposit Bank, 
Indiana, 

Iron and Glass Dollar Savings 
Bank, Birmingham, Pittsburgh. 

Jersey Shore Banking Company, 
Jersey Shore, 

Jonestown Bank, Jonestown, . . . $125 00 

Keystone Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Littlestown Saving Institution, 

Manufacturers' Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Markle Banking and Trust Com- 
pany ., 

Mifflinburg Bank, 

Mercantile Bank, Pittsburgh, 

Merchants' Elxchange Bank, 
Philadelphia, 

Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank, 
Scranton, 

Miners' and Mechanic^' Savings 
Bank, Carbondale, . . . . , 

Miners' Deposit Bank, Lykens 

Miners' Savings Bank, Pittston, 

Miners' Savings Bank, Wilkes- 
Barre 

Mount Carmel Banking Company, 

Muncy Banking Company. 
Mu-ncy, 

Myerstown Bank, Myenstown 

Nations Bank for Savings, Alle- 
gheny, 

Odd Fellows' Savings Bank, 
Pittsburgh, 

Oil City Trust Company 

Palmyra Bank, 

People's Bank of Fayette County, 
Unlontown, 

People's Bank of Hanover, 

People's Bank of McKeesport,... 125 00 

People's Bank, Philadelphia, 

People's Bank, Wilkes-Barre 

People's Savings Bank, Pittjsh 
burgh, 

People's Savings Bank, Pittston, 

Pittsburgh Bank for Savings, 

Safe Deposit Bank, Pottsville 

Savings Institution of Williams- j 
port, I 

Schuylkill Valley Bank, Reading.! 

Scranton Savings Bank, 



$800 00 



800 00 



$30 38 



32 18 



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1830 38 



800 00 


89 84 ' 


839 $4. 


480 00 


32 70 , 


512 70 


400 00 


27 60 


552 60 


2,400 00 


66 64 


2.466 61 


400 00 


28 76 


428 76 


800 00 


34 44 


834 44 


800 00 


44 92 


844 92 


512 00 


29 66 


541 66 


544 00 


37 36 


581 36 


340 00 


27 96 


267 96 


2,000 00 


59 36 


2,059 36 


800 00 


43 72 


843 72 


400 00 


29 40 


429 40 


480 00 


51 50 


531 50 


1,200 00 


68 20 


1,268 20 


200 00 


28 18 


228 18 


206 00 


27 04 


233 04 


400 00 


29 08 


429 08 



832 18 



400 00 


34 58 


434 58 


1,200 00 


44 30 


1,244 30 


400 00 


28 00 


428 00 


400 00 


27 82 


427 82 


400 00 


• 27 98 


427 98 


800 00 


35 84 


960 84 


1,200 00 


75 06 


1,275 06 


2.000 00 


58 58 


2,058 5S 


2,400 00 


89 98 


2,489 98 


600 00 


32 10 


632 10 


600 00 


82 40 


682 40 


1.600 00 


60 46 


1,660 46 


89 60 


43 46 


133 06 


800 00 


31 88 


831 88 


800 00 


50 22 


860 22 




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Off. Doc. 



Revenu* of the Commonwealth. Tax on Bank Stock— Continued. 



Incorporated State Banks. 



Scranl<oii Savings Bank and 
Trust Company, .' 

Shamokiu Banking Company, 

Shrewsbury Savings Institution 

Tamaqua Banking and Trust 
Company, 

Warren Savings Bank, 

Wayne County Savings Bank, 
Honefldale 

West End Savings Bank, Pitta | . . . . 
burgli, j" 

West Philadelphia Bank, Phila- 
flelphia, 

Weet Side Bank, Scranton, 

White Haven Savings Bank, 

Wilkes-Barre Deposit and Sav- 
ings Bank 

Union Safe Deposit Bank, Potts- 
vllle 

WMlkirsburg Bank, $62 50 

State Bank. Pittsburgh 62 50 

D'^posit and Savings Bank, 
Kingston 62 60 



Total ||950 00 



Tax on 
bank stock. 



$400 00 
400 00 
265 00 

201 08 
800 00 

800 00 



500 80 

800 00 
240 00 
200 00 

1,200 00 



Bxpense of 
examination. 



$36 96 

34 20 
31 80 

4 81 
58 10 

50 28 

5 00 
27 02 

35 66 
31 32 
29 48 

52 20 

25 50 



$63,384 80 ! $3,399 82 



Total. 



$436 96 
434 20 
296 80 

205 89 
858 10 

850 28 

532 82 

835 66 
271 32 
229 48 

1,252 20 

25 50 
62 50 
62 50 

62 50 



$67,734 62 



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15 



Revenue of the Commonwealth. Tax on Net Earnings. 



Incorporated Savlngn Instltutloua without 
Capital Stock. 



Tax on net 
earningB. 



Expenses of 
examtnailon. 



Total. 



Beneficial Savings Fund Society, Phila- ' ' 

delphia, |801 45 |85 00 $886 45 

Dime Saving's Bank. Philadelphia, 27 48 27 48 

Dime Savings Institution, Washington, 27 00 27 00 

Dime Savings Bank of Chester County,.. 35 90 27 94 63 84 

Dollar Savings Bank, Pittsburgh, 619 21 180 00 799 21 

First Penny Savings Bank, Philadelphia, 30 12 30 12 

Industrial Savings Bank, Royeretord, 4 30 25 00 29 30 

JohnBtown Savings Bank, Johnatown, 76 10 35 00 111 10 

Manayunk Penny Savings Bank, Philadel- 
phia, 25 00 25 00 

Mutual Savings Bank, Philadelphia, 25 00 25 00 

Philadelphia Saving Fund Society, Phila- 
delphia, 24,144 81 471 00 24,615 81 

Saving Fund Society of Germantown and 

Vidaity, Philadelphia, 802 30 58 00 860 30 

Thoe. Starr Savings Bank, Philadelphia, 25 00 25 00 

Western Saving Fund Society, Philadel- 
phia, 3,567 74 129 00 3,696 74 

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Revenne of tbe Common wealtb. ReoelpU from Foreign Corporations. Etc. 

5. RECEIPTS FROM FOREIGN CORPORATIONS AND BUILDING AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATIONS SUBJECT TO EXAMINATION BY THE BANK- 
ING DEPARTMENT. 



Expense 

of 
Examina- 
tion. 



Atlantic Savlngrs and Loan Association $26 00 

An^lo American Savings and Loan Association, New York 96 64 

Bush Hill BiUIdlns: and Loan Association, 28 14 

Baltimore Building and Loan Assoclat'on, Baltimore, 78 86 

Chicago Universal Investment and Loan Association. 83 14 

Century Building and Loan Association 25 68 

Cumberland Hii tiding and Loan Association, Chattanooga, Tenn 25 00 

Covenant r>u idlng and Loan Association, KnoxviUe. T^nn., 35 22 

Citizens' I uildlng and Loan Association, KnoxviUe, Tenn. , 35 li 

Chautauqua Building and Loan Association, Jamestown . N. Y. , 86 62 

Cambria Mutual Buldlng and Loan Association, New York, 25 04 

Calvert Building and Loan Association. Baltimore, Md 26 00 

Cosmopolitan Building and Loan Association, Syracuse. N. Y 81 14 

Cosmopolitan Savings and Loan Association, Pittsburgh 26 80 

Co-operative Savings and Loan Association, Sioux City 56 04 

Oo-operatlve Building Bank, New York 86 99 

Chicago Investment and Loan Assoc'ation, Chicago 25 14 

Chosen Friends Home Loan and Security League 25 06 

Elm Tree Building and Loan Ajssoclation, 25 90 

Eureka Building and Loan Association, Philadelphia 26 22 

Equitable Building and Loan Association 25 30 

Equitable Building and Loan Investment Association, Baltimore Md 25 00 

Eastern Building and Loan Association. Syracuse, N. Y 53 12 

Easton Union Building and Loan Society, Philadelphia 46 00 

Empire Building and Loan Association, Syracuse, N. Y., 26 08 

Elmira Building and Loan Association. Elmlra, N. Y 132 86 

Fidelity Building and Savings Union No. 5 80 00 

First National Building and Loan Association, Charleatown, W. Va.. 25 00 

Globe Building and Loan Association, Columbus. Oh'.o 25 00 

Good Will Building and Loan Association, Philadelphia, 38 98 

German National Building and Loan Association, Pittsburgh 79 04 

Genesse National Savings and Loan Association, Rochester, N. Y., 30 48 

Guarantee Savings and Loan Association 80 02 

Guarantee and Loan Investment, Pittsburgh 28 28 

Guarantee Savings and Loan Investment, Washington, D. C 11110 

Guarantors of America Building and Loan Association, Camden. N. J 25 00 

Henry H. Raclass Building and Loan Association, Philadelphia, 25 44 

Interstate Building and Loan Association, Bloomlngton, HI 4164 

Interstate Savings and Loan Association. Minneapolis K 02 

International Building and Loan Association, Washington. D. C 80 00 

International Investment Company, Washington. D. C 25 00 

Industrial Savings and Loan Company, Syracuse, N. Y 55 56 

Institute Loan and Investment Company. Chicago, 25 14 

Kensington Hand in Hand Building and Loan Association 26 96 

Mechanics Mutual Building and Loan Association, Bucks and Montgomery counties, 23 16 

Middle States Building and Loan Association 56 90 

Mutual Guarantee Building and Loan Association 133 00 

Mechanics' Building and Loan Association. Chambersburg 2«' 06 

Mount Vernon Building and Loan Association, New York 30 44 

Masonic Mutual Savings and Loan Association, Chicago , 90^ 

Mechanics Mutual Building and Loan Association, Morrlsvllle 26 04 

Monumental Savings and Loan Association. Baltimore, Md 80 02 

Mutual Savings and Loan Association. Indianapolis 26 00 

Mutual German Savings and Loan Association. Washington, D. C 88 84 

Mutual InTestment Building Association. Buffalo, N. Y., 40 10 

Mutual Building And Loan Bank, Philadelphia 25 02 

North American Security Loan and Building Company, St. Cloud. Minn 30 04 

Knrth Philadelphia Building and Savings Association 25 00 

National Security Building and Loan Association, Philadelphia 26 68 

National Building Association, Baltimore, Md 25 00 

National Building and Loan Association. Washington county. Md 46 20 

National Mutual Building and Loan Association, New York City 5180 

National Home Building and Loan Association 40 22 

New York Mutual Saving Fund and Loan Association. New York city 123 W 

New York Mutual Building and Loan Association, New York City , 89 04 

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Oxford Bulldinir and Loan Association. Oxford 1$ 7« 

Oxford BuUdlmr and Loan Association. Philadelphia 68 ft 

Pioneer Bulldlnir and Loan Association. Philadelphia, X M 

People's BuUdlnir and Loan and Savings Association, »U 

Pioneer Savings and Loan Oompany. Minneapolis X « 

Rochester Savings and Loan Aasociation 4118 

Republic Savings and Loan Association. New York 18 78 

Radiant Star Building and Loan Association. Philadelphia tt it 

Radiant Star. No. 8. Building and Loan AssoclaUon. Philadelphia 88 M 

Relgelsvllle Building and Loan Association. Doylestown. %9» 

Second Phoenix Building and Loan Association 18 08 

Southern Building and Loan Association .Knoxville, Tenn., 88 40 

Safety Investment and Loan Company, Syracuse. N. Y 88 11 

Security Investment Company, Norfolk, Va 16 88 

Security Savings and Loan Association, Minneapolis 18 10 

Third Bleucher Building and Loan Association, Bhlladelphla, 15 80 

Twenty-ninth Ward Building and Loan Association. Philadelphia 18 44 

Universal Savings and Loan Company, Geneva. N. Y., 15 84 

United States Savings and Loan Company, St. Paul. 66 18 

Washington National Building and Loan Association, Washington. D. C | 18188 

Western Savings and Loan Association. Rochester. N. Y I 30 80 

Wayne Building and Loan and Accumulating Fund, Palmyra, N. Y., 80 68 

Yardley Building and Loan Association 50 00 



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Revenue of the Commooweallb. Kecelpu f •*um Korelfrn lasurnnce Companies. 



RECEIPTS FROM FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES 



Names of Companies. 



Tax on forelicn 

Insurance 

Aompanles. 



Aetna Life Insurance Company, Hartford, Oannecticut $8,271 60 

A&tnsL Li£e Insurance Company (Accident Department), Hartford 

Connecticut, 655 29 

Aetna InBurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut, 7,522 03 

Agricultural Insurance Company, Watertown, New York, 3,131 80 

Albany Insurance Company, Albany, New York 286 45 

American Bonding and Trust Company, Baltimore, Maryland, 8 90 

American Fire Insurance Company, New York 1,253 22 

American Insurance Company, Boston 454 50 

American Insurance Company, Newark, ^54 98 

American Surety Company, New York 2,082 tl8 

American Union Life Insunance Oomipany. New York 363 76 

Atlas Insurance Company, London, England 792 46 

Berkshire Life Insurance Company, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 7,070 48 

British- American Assurance Company, Toronto, Canada, 1,959 21 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, Liverpool, E?ng- 

land, 3,663 47 

Broadway Insuramoe Goroipany, New York fi94 32 

Brooklyn Life Insurance Company, New York 1,111 21 

Bi^ffalo German Insurance Company, London, England, 451 57 

Caledonia Insurance Company, Edinlxu.g'h, Sootand 1,889 23 

Camden Fire Insurance Association, Camden, New Jersey 130 84 

Capital Insurance Company, Conoord, New Hampshire, 242 02 

Central American Insurance Company, St. Louis, Misiouri 1,037 24 

Citizens' Insurance Company, New York, 782 20 

Citizens' Insurance Company, St. Louis, Missouri, 268 76 . 

Commercial Union Fire Insurance Company, New York 33 10 

Commercial Insurance Company, Albany, New York 148 85 

Commercial Union Assurance Company, London, England 3,194 15 

Commonwealth Insurance Company, New York, 218 66 

Conuiccticut Fli-e Inisurace Company, Hartfard, Connecticut 2,089 97 

Conneoticut General Life Insurance Company, Hartford, Connec- 
ticut, 567 36 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, Hartford, Connec- 
ticut, 7,443 45 

Continental Insurance Company, New York, 3,908 73 

Employes* Liability Assurance Society, London, England 1,110 61 

Equitable Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Providence, 453 99 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, New York, 35,630 07 

Equitable Life Insurance Company, Des Moines, Iowa 375 94 

Faragut Fire Insurance Company, New York, 202 96 

Fidelity and Casualty Company, New York, 3,235 02 

Fidelity Depo-it Company of Maryland, Baltimore, 228 08 

Fireman's Insurance Company, Baltimore, Maryland 625 45 

Fireman's Insurance Company, Chicago, Illin<)i8, 777 52 

Fireman's Insurance Company, Newark, New Jersey, 440 15 

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Names of Companies. 



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Fireman's Fund In^nrance Company, Marine Department, San 
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German-American Insurance Company, New York, 

Germania Fire Insurance Company of New York, 

Germania Life Insurance Company, New York, 

Glen Fa^l'ls Inauraince Company, Glen Falls, New York 

Globe Fire Inenrance Comp'any, New York, 

Granite State Fire Insurance Company, Portsmouth 

Great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity Company, New York, 

Greenwich Insurance Company, New York, 

Guarantee Company of North America, Montreid, 

Hamhui^g-Bremen Fire Insuraaice Company, Hamburg, Germany,., 

Hanover Fire Insurance Company, New York, 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company, Hart- 
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Home Insurcmce Company, New York, 

Home Life Insurance Company, Brooklyn, New York, 

Imperial Fire Insurance, London, Dnglmid, 

Inter-State Casualty Company, New York, 

Iowa Life-insurance Company, Sioux City, Iowa, 

John HaDCOck Mutual Life Insurance Company, Boston, Massa- 
chiwettH, 

Kings Coumty Fire Insurance Company, Brooklyn, New York 

Lancaahlre Assurance Company, Manchester, England, 

Life Insurance Clearing Company, St. Paul, Minnesota 

Lion Fire Insurance Company, London, England, 

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Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Company, New York, 

London Assurance Corporation, London, England, 

London Guarantee Accident Company, Limited, London, England,. 

London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, Liverpool, Eng- 
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Manchester Fire Insurance Company, Manchester, England, 

Manhattan Life Inourance Company, New York, 

Manheim Insurance Company, Mianhiem, Germany, 

Marine Insurance Company, Limited, London, England, 

Massachusetlts Mutual Life Insurance Company, Springfield, Massa- 
chusetts, 

Maryland Life Insurance Company, Baltimore, Maryland, i 

Mercantile Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Boston, Massa- 
ciiusetts, 

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Merchants' Insurance Comxiany, Providence, 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, ^ 

Metropolitan Plate Glass Insurance Company, New York ^ 

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Revenue of the Oommonirealth. Beoelpu from Foreign Insurance Companies— Contlnned. 

Tax on foreign 
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I companies. 



Michigan Fire and Marino Insurance Company, Detroit, Michigan, ; ; 

Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Gampany, Detroit, Miohigaji, . . . . 1,899 67 

MillePo' NatiKmal Insurance Company, Chicago, Illinois, 20 36 

Milwaukee Mechanics' Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wieoonjsin, 153 49 

Mutual Benefit Life Insurance OonLpany, Newark, New Jersey, 13,954 11 

Mutual Fire Insurance Company, New York, 1,373 28 

Mutual Life Insurance Co-mpany, New York, 54,361 51 

Mutual Life Insurance Company of Indiana, Indianapolis, 117 80 

National Fire Insurance Comi>any, Hartford, Connecticut, 4,249 96 

National Life Insurance Oompamy, Montpelier, Vermont, 10,237 27 

National Life Insurance Company of the rn ited Sita.es of Amsrlci 

Washington, D. C, 25 32 

National Surety Company, Kansas City, Missouri, 136 42 

Nederland Life Insurance Company, Amsterdam, Holland, 638 45 

Newark Fire Insurance Company, Newark, New Jersey, 226 91 

New E3ngland Mutual Life Insurance Company, Bosffcon, Massachu- 

settjs, 13,757 68 

New Hampshire Fire Insurance Company, Manohester, New 

Hampshire, 1,263 92 

New Jersey Plate Glass Insurance Company, Newark 53 49 

New York Fire Insurance Company, New York 169 46 

New York Life Insurance Company, New York, • 29,777 38 

New York Plate Glass Imraranice 0;im<paiiy, New York, 151 37 

Niagara Fire Insurance Company, New York, 2,095 57 

North Brlti'sh and Mercantile Insurance Compa/ny, London, Eng- 
land 3.911 61 

Northern Insurance Company, London, England 1,211 72 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, London, ESngland, 20,045 73 
Northwestern National Ineurance Company, Milwaukee, Wiscon- 
sin, 800 40 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company, Norwich, England, 2,224 58 

Norwood Insurance Company, New York, 145 54 

Orient Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut, 2,418 12 

Pacific Fire Insurance Company, New York, 467 50 

Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company, ban Francisco, Oaliifomia, 492 08 

Palatine Insurance Campany, Limited, Manchester, England 1,563 73 

Petersburg Savings Insurance Company, Petersburg, Virginia 122 28 

Phoenix Assurance Company, London, England, 3,335 95 

Phoenix Insurance Company, Brooklyn, New York, 3,346 67 

Phoenix Insurance Company. Hartford, Oonneotiout 5,908 23 

Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance, Hartflord, Oonneoticut, 1,504 09 

Preferred Accident Insurance Company, New York 1,102 47 

ProAidence Washington Insurance Company, Providence, Rhode 

Island, * 1,469 37 

Provident Savings Life Assurance Society, New York 3,291 19 

Prudential Insurance Company of North America, Newark, New 

Jersey i 58,749 35 

Prussian National Insurance Company, Stetten. Germany, 469 57 



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Queens iDBuranoe Company of America, New York, 

Rellantce Marine Insurance Company, Liverpool, England 

Rochester-German Insurance Company, Rochester, New York,..., 

Royal Exchange Assurance Company, London, ESngland, 

Royal Insurance Company, Liverpool, Bnglajid, 

Rutgers BHre Inaurance Company, New York, 

Saginaw Valley Fire and Marine Inisurance Company, Saginaw, 
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Scottish Union and National Insurance Company, £>dinburgh, Scot- 
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Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Springfield, Mes- 
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St Paul Fire and Marine Infiuran<oe Company, St. Paul, Minnesota, 

Sun Fire Office, London, England 

Thames and Mercy Marine In*surance Company, Liverpool, Eng- 
land, 

Traders' Insurance Company, Ohioftgo. Illinois, 

Travelers' Insurance Company, Accident Department, Hartford, 
Connecticut 

Travelers' Insurance Company, Life Department, Hartford, Con- 
necticut, 

Union Assurance Society of London, B)ngland, 

Union CSaduality and Surety Cbmipany, St Looiis, Misgcuri, 

Union Central Life Intsumnce Comiuuiy, Cinoinneti, Ohio, 

Union Marine Insurance Compay, Liverpool, Egland 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Comp'any, Portland, Maine 

United States Casualty Company, New York, '. 

ITnited States Fire Insurance Company, New York, 

United States Guarantee Insurance Company, New York, 

United .States Industrial Insurance Company, Newtark, New Jersey, 

United Stiai*es I/!f e Tnve^meTi Company 

United Statee Lloyds' InsaTance Comipany, New York, 

Vermont Life Insurance Company, Burlington, Vermont 

Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Richmond, Vir- 
ginia, 

Washingtx>n Insurance Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

"Wbsbiinei^on Life Insurance Comnais . New York, 

West Chester Fire Insurance Company, New York 

Western Assurance Company, Toronto, Canada 

Williamsburg City Fire Insurance Company, Brooklyn, New York, 



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1,460 97 


309 85 


5,466 59 


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416 92 


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2,469 23 


1.403 95 


370 89 


916 22 


182 88 


332 92 


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Bendersvllle borough $0 SO 

East Berlin borough 2 85 

Oettysburff borough, 28 65 

Lilttlestown borough 11 27 

McSherrytown borough 10 64 

New Oxford borough 5 32 

Allegheny county 

Allegheny City JS.S57 24 

Avalon borough 114 00 

Beltzhoover borough 49 40 

Bellevue borough 152 95 

Braddock borough 845 50 

Coraopolls borough ,. 57 00 

Duquesne borough, * 76 00 

Edgewood borough, 2> 00 

Elizabeth borough 19 00 

Etna borough 343 80 

Green Tree borough • 28 17 

Homestead borough 521 40 

McKeesport borough 634 98 

Millvale borough 87 78 

Osborne borough 16 0'» 

Plttfiburgh city 17,231 56 

Rankin borough 54 15 

Reynoldton borough 114 00 

Sewickley borough 190 00 

SharpBburg borough 254 60 

Versailles borough 1 52 

Verona borough 69 54 

West Liberty borough 4180 

Wilkinsburg borough 768 00 

Wllmerdlng borough 288 80 

Armstrong county 

Freeport borough f 23 86 

Kittanning borough 138 70 

Leechburg borough 30 00 

Manorvir.e borough 7 52 

Parker city 6 46 

Beaver county 

Baden borough II 03 

Beaver borough, 69 24 

Beaver Falls borough 49101 

Brldgewater borough, : 40 89 

Darlington borough 1 52 

Freedom borough 9 50 

Fallston borough 42 

Monaca borough P3 73 

New Brighton borough 86 26 

New Galilee borough 57 

Rochester borough : 17 48 

St. Clair borough 7 79 

Bedford county 

Bedford borough JSI 70 

Rainsburg borough 50 

Berks county 

Bechtelevllle borough M 85 

Boyertown borough 16 84 

Fleetwood borough ' i 33 

Hamburg borough 121 60 

Reading city 3.6S7 22 

Topton borough 45 <V) 

Womclsdorf borough 1 90 

Bla'r county 

Altoona city $4,033 06 

Bellewood borough , 67 26 

HoUldaysburg borough, 209 7G 

Martinsburg borough, 1 90 

Newry borough, 1 S2 

Roaring SprlnRS borough, 38 00 

Tyrone borough 104 12 



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Athens borough, 169 M 

Canton borough, 10 09 

Sayre borough 19 00 

Towanda borough, 49 40 

Troy borough, 41 61 

Wyalusing borough. 92 

Bucks county, 

Bristol borough |34 2o 

Doylestown borough 127 68 

Hulmevllle borough > 5 70 

Langhome borough 11 40 

Langhome Manor. 11 40 

MorrlsvlUe borough 103 86 

Newtown borough 64 72 

Quakertown borough 75 24 

SellersvlUe borough 4 94 

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Cambria county 138 00 

Carrolltown borough $41 04 

Coopersdale borough 16 50 

Dale borough 3 04 

Kast Conemaugh borough 23 08 

Ebensburg borough 23 56 

GaJlltzln borough 12 16 

Lilly borough, 3 61 

Morrellville borough 79 80 

Wilmore borough 95 206 74 

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Cameron county, 129 6S 

Carbon county $566 20 

Lanaford borough (38 90 

Lehlghton borough 43 70 

Mauch Chunk borough 38 00 

Summit Hill borough, 22 80 

Weatherly borough 80 94 244 S4 

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Centre county 

Belief onte borough J421 ^^2 

Ph:ili|)8burg borough, 166 06 

587 58 

Chester county $880 10 

Atfflon borouph $3 93 

Coatpsvllle borouprh 360 55 

DownlriKlown horouRh »... 11.'. 26 

Honey l^rook borough 2 85 

Kfnnett Square borough 152 00 

Malvern boroUKh 21 66 

Oxford borouKh 164 16 

Parkshurs: borough, r»9 66 

Phoenlxvllle, 692 36 

Spring City 86 46 

West Chester borough 3"0 30 2.009 23 

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Clarion county 

Clarion borough 19 00 

Clearfield county $813 87 

Clearfield borouph $133 00 

Ourwensvllle borough 20 14 

Coalr^rt borough 2 28 

Du Bola borough 63 08 

Grampian borough 4 56 

Irvona borough -^7 

Lumber City borough * 57 

Oscpola boroiiph 11 40 

West Clearfield borough 11 27 246 87 

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C!lntnn county $584 83 

York Haven city 917 70 

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Colum^^ia county $570 74 

ppi wick boroujrh $W 40 

Ploomsburp borough 132 41 

Centralla borough 53 96 216 77 



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Cocht-anton borough. %Z1 H 

Liinesville borough, 7 22 

Meadvllle city 250 80 

Titusvllle city 514 52 

TownvUIe borough, 1 90 

Spring borough 84 

Woodcock borough 19 812 71 

Cumberland county. 

Mechanlcsburg borough. 143 55 

Mt. Holly Springe borough 95 

New Cumberland borough 11 40 

NewvlUe borough 1824 

Dauphin county 11.011 32 

Hummelstown borough $1 52 

Mlddletown borough. 202 54 

MlUeraburg borough , 190 

Royalton borough, 3 80 

"WilllamBtown borough 20 90 230 66 

Delaware county, 11,411 31 

Chester city, $1927 33 

Clifton Heights borough 115 90 

Col wyn borough 13 30 

ColUngdale borough 74 56 

Eddystone borough 33 S2 

Media borough 329 ;>> 

Marcus Hook borough. 45 22 

R:dley Park borough 64 60 

Rutledge borough 56 17 

Sharon Hill borough 76 0*} 

South Chester borough 574 75 

Swarthmore borough 64 44 8.375 r3 

Elk county $82 46 

Johnsonburg borough. $5 32 

Ridgway borough 119 23 

Saint Mary's borough 16 72 141 37 

Erie county. 

Corry city }3o2 64 

Erie city 2.544 96 

North East borough IRS 71 

Union city, 89 07 

Fayette county $464 J7 

Belle Vernon borough $12 70 

Brownsville borough 20 90 

Connellsville borough 102 60 

Fayette city 9 28 

New Haven 1 90 

North Belle Vernon 2 SS 200 23 

Forest county J273 60 

Tionesta borough 3 04 

Franklin county 

Chambersburg borough, $329 84 

Greencastle borough, 46 55 

Mercersburg borough 10 28 

Waynesboro borough 403 94 

Pulton county $7 89 

McConnellsburg borough 2 28 

Greenp county 

Waynesburg borough 

Huntingdon county $450 36 

Huntingdon borough $188 49 

Mapleton borough 95 

Mount Union borough 3 33 192 77 

Indiana county 

BlearsvIUe borough $160 36 

Cherry Tree borough 1 ?9 

Homer City borough 2> 

Ind'ana borough 3S 32 

Saltsburg borough 49 40 

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Bier Run borough |3 23 

Brockwayvllle borough 3 42 

Brookvllle boruugh 58 40 

Claysvllle borough 14 82 

Punxsutawney borough, » 53 77 

RcynoldsvlUe borough a3 00 

Juniata county 

Mlffllntown borough *1 90 

Patterson borough, 1 90 

Thompsontown borough 2 2S 

Lackawanna county 

Archbald borough s 11 02 

Carbondale city 150 86 

Dunmore borough ij ^o 

Jermyn borough G 46 

Olyphant borough 30 40 

Scranton city. 2.5ti2 ^'i 

Lancaster county 

Adamstown borough, $7 98 

Columbia borough 603 S3 

Ellzabethtown borough :,>> Si 

Ephrata borough ; 54 06 

Lancaster city 2,iui 13 

Lltitz borough 3 SO 

Manhelm borough 96 90 

Marietta borough 114 w) 

Mount Joy boroush 144 40 

Lawrence county 

New Castle city 1 231 80 

West New Castle borough, 38 00 

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Lebanon city 

Leh'gh county 

Allentown city $1, 279 08 

Catasauqua borough^ 125 40 

Macungle borouph 31 04 

Slatington borouph 1S2 97 

West Dethlehem borough 74 10 

Luzerne county 

Ashley borough 332 30 

Edwardsvllle borough, 17 10 

Exeter borough 22 80 

Freeland borough 17 51 

Hazleton borough 219 64 

Kingston borough, 23 50 

Luzerne borough 9 SO 

Nantlcoke borough 189 92 

Parsons borough 9 50 

Plttston borough, 218 50 

Shlckshlnny borough 30 40 

Sugar Notch borough 7 60 

West Hazleton borouph 18 43 

West Plttston borouKii. 127® 

White Haven borough 19 00 

Wllkes-Barre city 1.050 98 

Wyoming borough, 6 84 

Yatesvllle borough 38 

Lycoming county ^ 

Du Bolstown- borough 33 80 

Hughesville borough ' 5 70 

Jersey Shore borough 30 02 

Montoursville borough, 30 78 

Mongomery borough, 21 2S 

Muncy borough, 5 57 

South Wllliamsport borough 46 79 

Wllllamsport city 2,603 25 

McKean county 

Bradford City borough, $12 66 

Kane borough 57 00 

Port Allegheny borough, , 23 85 

Smethport borough 50 92 



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Mercer county fl85 17 

Greenville borouffh f ■>2 73 

Grove City borough 13 30 

Mercer borough 51 30 

Sandy Lake borough 2 So 

iiJharon borough '. SCO 20 420 38 

Mlfllln county j3o4 54 

Lewlstcwn tKV'ough, 30 02 

Monroe county $242 28 

Delaware Water Gap borough $1 90 

East Stroudsburg borough ^ 163 24 

Stroudsburg borough 18 90 186 04 

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Montgomery county, 

Ambler borough $52 06 

Bridgeport borough 98 42 

Conshohocken borough 116 66 

East Greenville borough 60 80 

Hatboro borough 23 18 

Jenkintown borough 162 26 

Lansdale borough 74 48 

Norristown borough, 710 22 

North Wales borough 18 24 

Pottstown borough 21 28 

Royers Ford borough, 74 10 

Pennsburg borough 2 85 

Souderton borough, 28 88 

West Conahohocken borough 50 16 

Montour county $67 13 

Danville borough. . . .• 441 95 

Northampton county, 

Bangor borough 133 06 

Bethlehem borough 552 14 

East Bangor borough. 190 

Eaaton cliy 1,159 49 

Glendon borough 8 24 

Nazareth borough 38 95 

Pen Argyle borough 30 78 

Portland borough 1.. 76 

South Bethlehem borough. 602 30 

South Easton borough 95 00 

Northumberland county $399 00 

Ea«t Sunbury borough, $14 44 

Milton borough 84 74 

Mount Carmel borough 92 38 

Northumberland borough 41 80 

Shamokln borough 198 83 

Sunbury borough 22154 

Watsontown borough 38 00 691 73 

Perry county, $491 43 

Duncannon borough, $3 99 

Maryavllle borough 4 18 

New Bloomfleld borough, 1 14 9 31 

Philadelphia city and county 

Pike county 

Potter county $!S0 90 

Coudersijort borough 7 4ti 



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Ashland boiuugn p 42S1 60 

Cr€8sona borough 7 98 

Frackvllle borough, 2 66 

Gilberton borough, 42 18 

Gordon borough, 15 20 

Mahanoy City, 92 05 

Mlnersvllle borough 37 22 

New Philadelphia boiougn 9 88 

Orwlgsburg borough 48 64 

Palo Alto borough 16 34 

Pine Grove borough .' 82 08 

Port Carbon borough 79 04 

Pottsville city 437 16 

Saint Clair borough, 104 69 

Schuylkill Haven borougn 69 16 

Shenandoah borough, 648 28 

Tamaqua borough 148 20 

Tremont borough 9 12 

Yorkvllle borough 43 70 2,175 18 

Snyder county, ' $4 75 

Selinsgrove borough, 9 BO 

Somerset borouph $17 10 

Meyersdale borough, 26 60 

Sullivan county, 

Susquehanna county 

Forest City borough $182 

Little Mcad*iwa borough, 76 

Oakland borough, 4 11 

Tioga county $352 10 

Blossburg borough $6 46 

Elkland borouirh 9 40 

Knoxvllle borough ' ',6 

Lawrencevillc borouph, ' 2 28 

Tioga borough ^j 12 

Well^boro borough 23 S2 

Westfleld borough ^ 164 fi? 220 33 

Union county $13? 57 

Lewlsburg borough 30 02 

Venf.ngo county 

Cllntr-nvllle borough, $n 4S 

Emlrn*nn borough * 3 ^^4 

Franklin City, OS SO 

on City borough, 307 &i 

Warren county 

Columbus borough $4 IS 

Warren borough 91 W 

Toungsville borough 4 56 

Washington county $70 94 

Eurgettstown borouph $1102 

Cal fornla borough 3 02 

Canonsburg borough 42 56 

ClaypvUle borough, 17 10 

Charlerol borough 56 24 

Monongahela City borough 172 90 

Washington borough, 539 89 

West I^rownsvUle borough Z^ 

West Alexander borough 19 

E:aat Washington borough 5 70 «?49 00 

Wayne county $163 34 

Honesdale borough, 76 38 

Westmoreland county $535 41 

Bolivar borough $4 18 

East Oreensburg borough 3 80 

Greensburg borough 195 70 

Irwin borough, 46 65 

Jeannette borough 95 00 

Latrobe borough 127 6S 

IJgonier borough 5 32 

Ludwick borough 39 90 

Mt. Pleasant borough 64 22 

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South Greensburg borough 11 40 

South Weat Qreenaburg borough 15 96 

West Newton borough. 83 60 $698 85 

$1,233 76 

York county $127 60 

Delta borough $20 62 

Dlllsburg borough, 12 64 

Hanover borough 64 45 

Red Lion borough 6 84 

StewartBtown borough 9 12 

Wrightsville borough, 88 00 

York city 600 97 

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879 94 

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Revenue of the Commonwealth. Tax on Net Eaminn or Income. 



TAX ON NET EARNINGS OR INCOME. 



Adame, B. W., PhlladelDhia $0 70 

\lexander & Co., Monogehela City, 383 41 

Ambrose, Vinceat D., Philadelphia, 23 07 

Ames, J. S., & Co., Hawley 5 05 

Arnold & Company, Philadelphia 154 66 

Arrett, W. W., Philadelphia, t 17 71 

Avonmore Bank, » 91 

Bachman, H. & F., Company, Philadelphia 31 89 

Baer, Jaoob H., & Sone, York, 169 59 

Ball & Colt, Erie, 180 98 

Bank of Ligonier, 40 48 

Bank of Wytalufilng 31 78 

Barclay Bank, Greensburg 186 49 

Barker, G. S., & Company, New Brlghtjon 220 38 

Barney, Chaa. D., Philadelphia, 294 88 

Battles, R. S., Girard 37 38 

Beaver Deposit Bank, 87 30 

Bell, Frank F., & Company, Philadelphia, 59 83 

Bennerman. Wm. M., Philadelphia, 21 08 

Benson, William, Waterford, 7 50 

Bentel, P., & Company, Freedom, 29 67 

Bentley, T. J., Springboro, 33 82 

Berg, John, & Company, Butler, 554 37 

Biddle, ThomaB A., & Company, PhillEidelphia 2,164 22 

Blnns, Cope & Brown, Faj'ette City, 178 65 

Bioren & Company, Philadelphia, 199 10 

Blair County Banking Company, Tyrone 82 37 

Blanch, L. D., Johnstown, 6 49 

Blakilee, Wm., Philadelphia 58 34 

Bly, Daniel, Williamsport, 99 81 

Bodine, Altemus & Company, Philadelphia 70fi 57 

Borie, C. & H.. Philadelphia, l,lf i 56 

Bozzelli, Lorenzo, Philadelphia, 1 05 

Brice, Mengee & Company, Philadelphia 275 73 

Brockwayville Bank 34 98 

Brown Brothers & Company, Philadelphia 3,256 39 

Brown, J. L., & Company, Wilcox, 58 77 

Burgan, R. P., Carnegie 14 63 

Cassatt & Company, Philadelphia, 173 26 

Centre County Banking Company, Bellefbnte, 109 90 

Chapman, J. H., Philadelphia, 211 46 

Cl/tizenfi' Bank, Big Run 94 86 

Citizens' Bank, Myersdale, 82 42 

Clarion County Bank, Edenburg (Knox P. O.X 137 63 

Clark, E. W., & Compajny, Philadelphia, 1,693 46 

Cochrane, Payne ft McCormicik, WiUtaan8T'>rt, 966 30 

Conway, John, ft Company, RooheBter, 26 76 

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Cook, W. E., Honesdaie, Pa., 

Craig, Heberton & Company, Philadelphia 

Cross, T. Y., Philadelphia, 

Curwen'svllle Bank, 

Dalmas, C. J., Philadelphia 

Dauphin Deposit Bank, Harrisburg 

De Haven & Townsend, Philadelphia 

Derry Deposit Bank, 

Di Giorgio & Tumohllo, Philadelphia, 

Dick Brothers & Company, Philadelphi i 

Dick, M. M., & Company, West Ne wtor , 

Drexel & Company, Philadelphia, 

Dunbar Bank, Limited, Dun'bar 

Dunn Brothere, Philadelphia, 

Edsall, R. E., Pittsburg 

Eldi ed Bank, 

BJlk County B^nk, Ridgway 

Emery, Freed & Company, Philadelphia 

Ensign, W. A., & Son, North Bast 

Erwin & Company, Phil-xdelphia 

Everett Bank, 

Exchgnge Bank, Beaver Falls 

Exchange Bank, Marietta, 

Farmers' Bank, Mercersburg, 

FarmeP:' Bank, Myersdale 

Farmers' Co-operative Trust Company, Union City,. 

Farmers' Savicgs Bank, Cambridgeboro 

Faron & Company, Philadelphia 

Fell, A. D. & W. P., Philadelphia, 

Fell, Henry L., & Brother, Philadelphia 

Fidelity Banking Company, Altoona, 

Fiarher & Brother, Philadelphia 

Fox, George S., & Sons, Philadelphia, 

Foxburg Bank 

Franklin Savings Bank, Franklin, 

Frledlander, E. H. ,Phlla<3elphia 

Friend & Lee, Philadelphia 

Fulton County Bank, McConnellsburg, 

Galeton Banking Company, Galeton 

Garland, C. H., & Oomipiny, Philadelphia, 

Gaw, H. L., & Company, Philadelphta 

Gelbach Brothers, ZeJienople 

Grandin Brothers, Tldloute, 

Groff, W. W., Lanoaster, 

Grove City Banking Co-mpany 

Haines, E. D., & Company, West Chester, 

Halifax Bank 

Hamlin, Henry, Smethport, Pa 

Harris, Fuller & Smith, Philadelphia 

Harrirsons Snyder & Son, Philadelphia 

Hiarrlson, George L., Jr., Philadelphia, 

Hart, John, & Company, Doylestown 



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32 56 


83 62 


496 47 


11 80 


995 15 


1,500 00 


20 55 


18 55 


485 78 


72 65 


8,007 81 


21 97 


256 02 


12 43 


273 27 


129 59 


216 94 


12 69 


979 92 


69 96 


31 25 


168 71 


68 45 


4 89 


35 23 


46 63 


74 32 


62 14 


102 22 


165 01 


48 17 


94 66 


64 39 


120 27 


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47 05 


4 75 


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350 33 


75 04 


48 78 


59 34 


33 01 


34 33 


15 65 


15 05 


17 36 


311 81 


18 75 



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Hartley, John G., & Company, Bedford, $73 43 

Heberton, G. & W. Y., Philadelphia, 36 42 

Hickling, G. M.. & Company, Philadelphia, 36 84 

Hodge Commission Company, Philadolphia 270 89 

Holmee, N., & Sons, Pittsburgh, 1,204 39 

iloopes, Herman, & Company, Philadelphia, 4 10 

Hopkins, J. H., Pleasatttvllle 50 08 

Hopper, W. G., & Company, Philadelphia 121 40 

Huey, W. G., & Company, Philadelphia 163 15 

Hughn, Geo. A., & Sons, Philadelphia 1,155 18 

Huntingdon Bank, 47 51 

International Bank, Franklin, 161 39 

Iron Banking Company, Sharpsville, 8 24 

Jackell & Zorn, Philadelphia, 7 82 

jEUSkson, Crider & Hastings, Bellefonte, 120 36 

Jeannette Banking Company, 21 37 

John'3'ton, Buck & Company, E'^enburg 1 76 

Jones, S. F., & Company, Belle Vertion 99 06 

Juiiiala Valley Banking Company, Miffllntown, 45 31 

Kane Bank, 214 23 

Kellduff & Company, York 5 73 

Kelly, J. L. & A., Cambridgeboro 21 13 

Kurtz, W. W., & Company, Philadelphia, 1,324 09 

Ijamberton Bank, Oil City 256 77 

Lamberttm Savings Bank, Franklin 182 61 

La Porte Bank, 3 93 

Lawson, Th'omas S., & Sons, Philadelphia, 68 25 

Leas, Miller & Company, Bast Berlin 19 55 

Leechburg Banking Company, 123 55 

Levy & Lewis, Philadelphia 428 89 

Llnesville Savings Bank, 18 35 

Locher, D. P., & Sons, Lancaster, 69 70 

Long, J. B., Lan»ca5ter, 7 99 

Marshall, J. M., & Company, Portersvllle, 21 14 

Martin, R. T.. Philadelphia .' 2 72 

Mathew3, Bean & Company, Philadelphia, 1,211 39 

Mathews, W. G. & C. L., 5 12 

May Park & Company, Tionesa, 3 23 

McClure, J. A., Prospect, 16 47 

McCandlecS & Soott, Pittsburg, 19 83 

McCutcheon, C. L., Pittsburgh 28 90 

McDowell, Alexander, Sharon 178 49 

McKelvey, James S., Pittsburgh, Pa 38 53 

McManus & Company, Philadelphia 3 7^ 

Meado, George, Philadelphia 9 73 

Mechanic's Bank, Harrlsburg C79 94 

Mellon, Thomas & Son?, Pitssburgh, 1,444 67 

Mercer Counly Bank, Sandy Lake 46 32 

Metcalf, W. Howard, Philadelphia, 4 C'j 

M:iler. J., Harrlsburg, 12 2) 

Miller, James B., Bealsville, 101 59 

Miller, Clarence. Philadelphia, 9 74 

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Millersburg Bank, $166 24 

MiJlheiin Banking Cqmpany : . . 39 21 

Minnick, Wm. H., Newport, 12 00 

Moelling & An-tenrelth, Philadelphia ^ 62 35 

M^oore, E. J., & Company, Philadelphia .' 212 64 

Morgan, William C, & Company, Philadelphia 69 44 

Morris & Brown, Pittsburgh, 37 95 

Morrison & Brother, Mt. Pleasant 12 05 

Mount Jewett Bank, 35 27 

Mullen, Henry, Philadelphia, 15 23 

Mj'ers, Theo. W., Philadelphia, 26 6) 

Newbolds, W. H., Sons & Company, Philadelphia, 1,563 00 

New Wilmington Bank, Lim'ted 17 06 

on City Savings Bank, 132 41 

O&ceola Banking Company, O^oeola, 9 85 

ParnassuB Bank, 88 45 

Paecale, Edward & Bro., Philadelphia, 1 35 

Pattison, C. L., & Company, Elkland, 161 03 

Faxson, BYederick, & Company, Philadelphia, 204 75 

Peale, Washington J., Philadelphia, , 59 80 

Penn's Valley Banking Company, Centre Hall, 84 44 

People's Bank, Edinboro 3 58 

People's Bank, Monongahela City, 93 07 

Fhilson, S., & Company, Berlin, 133 30 

Pine Grove Bank 85 15 

Pomeroy & Mitchell, Troy, 43 06 

Port Royal Bank, 121 43 

Powell Bank, West Middlesex, 8 32 

Pyle & Brown, West Chester, 32 80 

Reeves, Jofhn T., & Company, Beaver Falls Ill 20 

Roblneon Brothers, Pittsburgh 232 07 

Roes, Chas. S., Mansfield, 60 09 

Russell, William & Son, Lewtetown, 59 19 

ealler & Steveneon, Philadelphia, 1,704 02 

Saint Mary's Bank, .* 486 74 

Scott & Co.. Philadelphia, 50 07 

Scortdale Bamk 210 33 

Seaver. J. H., Philadelphia 71 57 

Seely & Alexander, Reynold'sville, 34 92 

Seely, Morgan, OeceJla, 36 05 

Shoemaker, Joseph M., & Company, Philadelphia, 1,483 19 

Short Banking Company, North E)a»t, 49 37 

Slocum, Delcihman & Company, SaegertKJiwn, 11 93 

Smith, J. Rundle, Philadelphia, 167 13 

Smith, William & Son, Waehington 30 78 

Sm:th, William Hastle, Philadelphia •. . . 36 07 

Spartansburg Bank, 3 95 

Pproull, Henry, & Comipany, Pttitaburgh, 106 19 

Stahl & Staub, Philadelphia 401 47 

Starr, Isaac, ft Company, Phlladelphto, 277 59 

Sugar Grove Savings Bank 33 12 

Tate, J., & Company, Klnzua, ^ 1 50 j 

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Revenue ct the Commonwealth, Tax on Sale of Fertilizers. 



Taylor, Clarence, Pailadelphia $15 21 

Taylor, Robert, & Compxny, Philadelphia, 22 13 

Tevis, W. H., & Company, Philadelphia, 105 17 

Thompson, William R., & Company, Pittsburgh, 608 45 

Tldioute Savings Dank, : 157 23 

Tiers, Wm. T., Philadelphia, 300 00 

Townsend, Whelan & Company, Pniladelphla, 533 54 

Toland Brothers & Company 245 71 

Trotter, Joseph, & Oompany, Philadelphia, 47 10 

Tucker, R. E., & Company, Philadelphia, 45 74 

Van Dyke, Weimer & Taylor, West Newton, 77 17 

Walker, Bourean & Company, Philadelphia 2 83 

Watt, J. A., & Company, Oxford 48 30 

Weinman, M., and Brother, Philadelphia, 39 56 

Weaver, J. Riddle, Canoais»burg, 3 87 

Whittish, Ed., Pittsburgh, 17 73 

Williamsburg Bank, 17 51 

Wilson, W. Henry, Slippery Rock, 22 71 

Winthrop. Smith, Philadelphia, 624 00 

Wood, Clark J., Philadelphia, 6 31 

Youngsville Shavings Bank 65 40 

Total $53,327 9» 



TAX ON SALE OP FERTILIZERS— 1896. 

Allentown Manufacturing Oompany, Allentown, $100 00 

Armour & Co., Chioago, 60 00 

Allegheny Fertilizer Co., Allegheny county, 80 00 

A. S. Gefmm;il, S:ewartstown, 10 00 

American Reduc ion Co., Pittsburgh, . . . .' 10 00 

Albert Baxter, Chester, 10 00 

A. Au'iti'ne, Stewartstown 30 00 

A. H. Blaker & Co., Philadelphia, 20 00 

A. Brodbeck, Hanover 30 00 

A. J. Ta'ei & Co., Lancaster 10 00 

A. C. Blackburn, Fishertiown 10 00 

A. W. Perkins & Co., 10 00 

Avonmore Fertilizer Works, Chicago, 10 00 

Eaiigh '& Sods. Philadelphia 160 00 

Bradley Fertilizers Co., Philadelphia 240 00 

Bowker Fertilizer Co., Philadelphia 200 00 

Eerg C:? , Philadelphia, 80 00 

B3\ imore Pulverizing Co., Baltimore, 40 00 

Brumfield & F:ster. Calora. Md 60 00 

Berph Bros., Easton 30 00 

Balti-^cre Guano Co 150 00 

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Croker Fertilizer Co., Buffalo ^290 00 

C. S. Hershey, Paradise 30 CD 

C. Johnson, Jr., Camp Ground, 10 00 

CambrLa Fertilizer Co., Johnstown, 40 00 

C. A. Sickler & Bro., 40 00 

Clerks Cove Fertilizer Ck)., New York, 100 00 

Cumberlajid Bone Pho-sphate Co., Boston 90 00 

Cleveland Dryer Co., Cleveland, 120 00 

Chemical Oompajiy of Canton, Baltimore, 220 00 

Chandler, Burrell & Chandler, Newark, N. J., 40 00 

Charles Chamtoers, Suplee, 10 00 

Cumberland County Fertilizer Co., Carlisle 130 00 

Cincinnati Dee. Co. '. 30 00 

C. K. Ahrens, Elsterly 10 00 

Cochran Fertilizer and Chemical Co., 20 00 

Cuba Fertilizer Co., Cu-ba, N. Y., 10 00 

D. BlGcher & Co., Gettysburg, .; 30 00 

David Kuhns, Lehighton .' 10 00 

Deerfleld Fertilizer Co 80 00 

D. S. Richey, Uniontown, 30 00 

Deitrick Fertilizer and Chemical Co 120 00 

Dooly & Proctor, Delta, 10 00 

D. A. Sellers, Paradise, 30 00 

D. M. Boyd, Jr., Danville, 20 00 

Bmll Wahls Fancy Bone Manufacturing Co., 20 00 

E. Fraak Coe Co., 160 00 

E. H. Zeigler & Oo., Sbewartstown, 50 00 

E^lreka Fertilizer Oo 100 00 

E. A. Clendennin, Colora, Md., 60 00 

E. A. Flemming & Bro., Colora, Md. , 50 00 

Farmws' Fertilizers Co., WeatmixiLiter, 40 00 

T. H. Hewitt & Son, Scranton 20 00 

F. K. Walt & Oo., Pennsburg 20 00 

Frederick Mehring, Frederickville, Md 40 00 

F. P. Dunan, Baltimore, 60 00 

F. Schesck & Sons, Wheeling, W. Va 10 00 

F. Hangsterfer, Center Square, 10 00 

Geo. Schall, Erie, f ) 00 

G. Ober & Sons, Baltimore 60 00 

Great Eastern Fertilizer Co., Rutland, Vt 170 00 

G. W. Shanetts & Co., Baltimore, ". 80 00 

G. W. Griffin & Son, Baltimore, 60 00 

Geo. F. King, Kingsdale, 20 W 

Geo. H. Wolf's Sons, Mt. Wolf, 10 00 

Griffith Turner & Co., Baltimore 10 00 

Griffith & Boyd, Baltimore 120 00 

G. W. Sharett, Baltimore, 10 00 

H. H. Myers, Codorus 10 00 

H. T. Hager, Quakertown 40 00 

Henry Cope & Co., Lincoln Univer ity, 160 00 

H. S. SUck, Greenville 30 00 



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Hubbard & Co., Baltimore, »' ^0 00 

Horace Bullinge, Emlgsvdlle, 10 00 

Han-over Bone Fertilizer Co., Hianover 70 00 

Henry Recerd Manufacturing Co., 30 00 

H. E. Fritz, 10 00 

Isaac L. Worrell, Media 10 00 

I. J. Tustln, Phoenixvill«, 20 00 

Index Co., Philadelphia, 60 00 

J. L. Amway, Chickies, 10 00 

James W. Kilgore, Broquevllle, 10 00 

Jos. Obert, Lehighton, 10 00 

Joshua Walker, Baltimore, 40 00 

Jos. Wolf, Abbottstown, 10 00 

Jno. Horn, Jr., & Co., Baltimore, 40 00 

Joslah Cope & Co., Lincoln University 140 00 

Jno. S. Reeves & Co., Baltimore, 170 00 

J. L. Ruse & Co., agenbs, Baltimore, 10 00 

J. R. Gawthrop, Kennetit Square, 30 00 

Jacob Ulmer Packing Co., 20 00 

Justin J. Pie & Co., Oceola Mills 20 00 

Jacob Flnley, Llnfleld 50 03 

Jarecki Chemical Co., Sandusky, 0., 80 00 

Jno. T. Conner, Oarllsle, 40 00 

Jno. M. Tomplin, Honey Brook 30 00 

J. A. Cranston Co., Washington, Del 40 00 

J. A. Klinefelter, Greenville, 10 00 

J. N. Bartenberger, Stewartstown, 10 00 

J. A. Altland & Co., DavidiSburg 40 00 

Jas. Thomas, Williamsport 20 00 

J. E. Tygert & Co., Philadelphia 110 00 

Jacob Reese, Philadelpihla 20 00 

Jacob Hart, Mountain Grove, 10 00 

J. C. Kremer, Aquaichicola, 10 00 

J. G. DDwnward, Coatesville 160 00 

J. F. Jrst:n, Phoenixville, . . , 10 OO 

J. D. Perkins, Coatesville 10 00 

J. F. Gibson, cpringboro, 10 00 

Kurtz & Steinkard, Green Bank, 20 00 

Kende.-dlne & Rice, Lumberville, 40 OD 

Keystone Chemical Co., Philadelphia, 120 OO 

Lister Agricultural Chemidal Works, Newark, 230 00 

Lleb:g Manufacturing Co., New York, 50 00 

Lacbawa/nna Fertilizer and Chemical Co., Moosic 70 00 

liancaster Chemical Co.. Lancaster, 110 00 

Ivauer Bros., York 10 00 

Lewis F. Deitrick, Baltimore 70 00 

lazaretto Guano Co., Baltimore, 10 00 

Lebernlght & Shen/berger 10 00 

Mapes Formula and Peruvian Guano Co 90 00 

M. P. McLaughlin 10 00 

M. E. Wheeler & Co., Rutland, Vt 90 00 



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Moon, Donohue & Co., Baltimore, 

M. E. Bollinger, Littlestown, ' 

Monumental Chemical Co., Baltimore, 

Miller Fertilizer Co., Baltimore, 

M. L. Shoemaker & Co., Philadelphia, 

Maryland Fertilizer Co., Baltimore, 

Mahlon Fritz, SeKersville, 

Moro Phillips Chemical Co., 

McCalmont & Co., Bellefonte, 

Michigan Carbon Works, Detroit, 

Mt. Airy Manufacturing Co., Baltimore, 

Milson Rendering and Fertilizing Co 

M. P. Hub :ard & Co., Baltimore 

Niagara'Fertilizer Co., Buffalo 

Northwestern Fertilizer Co., Chicago 

New York Chemical Works, 

Pittsburgh Provision Co., Pittsburgh 

Pugh & Lyona, Oxford 

Pennsylvania Ammonia and Fertilizing C^., Harrisbiirg, 

Patapsco Guano Co., Baltimore, 

Pacific Guano Co., New York 

Parkers Unioji Fertilizer Co., New York, 

Patterson Fecunda. Co., Philadelphia, 

Packer Union Fertilizer Cd., New York 

Penn PhDsphate Co., Port Royal 

Quinniplac Co., New York, 

Riverside Acid Works, Warren 

Rasin Fertilizer Co., Baltimore 

Rea & Co., Pittsburgh, 

Royal Fertilizer Co., Cleveland, O 

Reed Fertilizer Co., New York, 

R. H. PoViOck, Balilmore, 

Reading Chemical Co., 

Ralnsburg Fertilizer Co., 

R. S. Aucker, Shamakin 

Robert A. Wooldridge Co., Baltimore, Md., 

Rancoca»3 Chemical Works. Philadelphia 

Srandard Fertilizer C?., Boston. 

Susquehanna Fertilizer Co., Baltimore, 

Seitz & Miller, StewarcStown 

S. M. Hess & Brc, Philadelphia 

S. P. Thomas & Son, Philadelphia, 

Scott Fertilizer Co., Elkton, 

Samuel D. Fry. McCall's Ferry, 

Scientific Fert Izer Co., Pittsburgh, 

Slingluff & Co , Baltimore, 

S. S. Christie & Co., Baltimore, 

Sharpless & Carpenter. Philadelphia 

Swift & Co.. Chicago 

Schock & Houck, Bangor, 

Samson Fert Tzer Co.. North East, 



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Uevenue of the Commonwealth. Tax on Sale of Fertilizers— Con tlnu-u. 



S. B. Brcdbeck, Brodbe^k, ^90 C . 

b. K. Dlehl, Glen Rock 10 00 

Samuel D. Fry 10 00 

T. S. Kenderdine & Sons, Newtown, Pa., 50 00 

Taylor ProvK-ion Co., Trenton, N. J., 20 00 

Trenton Bone Fertiiiier Co., Trenton, N. J., 40 00 

Tygert, Allen & Co., Philadelphia; 410 00 

T. R. Hubbard & Son, Charlestown, Md., 10 00 

The Bradley Fertilizer Co., Boston, Maso 10 00 

T. H. Gehley, York 10 00 

W. & A. C. Blackburn, Fishertown 20 00 

Washlngtcn Bwing, Landenl erg, 3D 00 

Wm. C. Newport Co., Willow Grove . 70 00 

W. C. Randolph, Philadelphia, 10 00 

Walker Stratman & Co., Pittsburgh 140 00 

Wilson Rondering and Fertilizing Co.. Buffilo 120 00 

Williams & Clark, New York 200 00 

Wilkinson & Co., New York 10 00 

W. S. Farmer & Co., Baltimore, 70 00 

W. E. Whann, Paxkersburg, 130 00 

Windle Doane & Co., Coatesville 50 00 

Wallace Dungan, Doyles>town, 30 00 

W. C. Beckert, Allegheny, 10 00 

W. C. OwenB, Phillip':burg 10 00 

William Davidson, Baltimore, 20 00 

Wands Phosphate Co., Charleston, S. C, 10 00 

W. C. Ko'.len, Glen Ro:k, 10 00 

Yo:k Chemical Works, 60 03 

Zei: Guano Co 190 00 

Z. Leiphart, East Prospect 10 00 

Total, $12,480 00 



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Revenue of the Commonwealth. Flnee. 



23. LANDS. 

Purchase money and interest, f 2,290 62 

Fees for warrants and patents, 571 29 



U. TAX ON GROSS EEOEIPTS. 

Tax on gross receipts (notaries public), 
as provided in the act of May 20, 1865, 
section 1 (P. L. page mi) |4,349 U 

25. FINES. 

Robert S. Frazer, attorney for the Com- 
monwealth, fines for Sabbath breaking 
collected by S. J. Toole, alderman, 
I'ittsburgh, |200 00 

C. Carson, ^lonongahela City, fines for 

Sabbath breaking, 16 00 

Levi Wells, i/airy and Food and (Xmi- 
sioner, fines for selling oleomargarine 
and violation of Pure food law, 3,680 00 

S. O. Updegraff, tr(»asurer Lycuimiug 
county, National Guard fine, 21 75 

W. H. Jessup, judge advocate, Thir- 
teenth regiment, N. G. of Pa., fines, im- 
posed by court martial against Private 
JET. Sivally, coanpany F, at Scranton, . . 10 00 

Major John S. Harding, Ninth regiment 
N. G. of Pa., court martial order 
No. 2, 53 00 

W. J. Ti'acy, firist lieutenant 
and quarter ma'ster, T'lii - 
teenth regiment N. G. of 
Pa., fines of Wm. H. Lawis, 
company D, Thirteentlb reg- 
iment, ' $10 00 

Fines of Wm. Schwaemle, 
company D, Thirteenth reg- 
iment 5 00 

15 00 

Peni sylvania Fish Commissioners, fines 

for violation of fish laws, 67 30 



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R»ivenue nf the Commonwealth. United States Government. 



S. H. SStillwell, secretary Pennsylvania 
Fish Commissioners, fines for viola- 
tion of fish laws, 23 75 

H. C. Demuth, treasurer Pennsylvania 
Fish Comiiiissioners, fines for viola- 
tion of fish laws, 12 50 



?4,099 30 



26. PENALTIES AS PROVIDED IN A(JT OF 
MAY 24, 1893. 



O. M. Quick, prothonotary, Columbia county 10 22 

27. ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILUOAD 

COMPANY 

Interest on bonds jpven to secure the 
the construction of the low grade rail- 
way to connect the waters of the Ohio 
and Allegheny valleys with the Sus- 
quehanna, per act of March 30, 1869; 
payment made by the Pennsylvania, 
Northern Central and Philadelphia 
and Erie Railroad Companies, as guar- 
anteed; each company paying one- 
third i>art of the interest, f5<;7,r>00 00 

Rond No. 22, redeemed by the Pennsyl- 
vania, Northern Central and Philadel- 
phia and Erie Railroad Companies, as 
guarantor, each company paying one- 
third of said bond 100,000 00 

?167,500 00 

28. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

Interest on United States four per cent, 
registered bonds, purchased by the 
Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, 
per Act of June 6, 1883, f 111,000 00 

Daniel H. Hasting, Governor, amount 
collected by authority of Act of Con- 
gress for the maintenance of disabled 
soldiers in Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 

at Erie, Pennsylvania 44,431 76 

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Revenue of the Commonwealth. Fees of State Officers. 



29. ANNUITY L OR RIGHT OF WAY. 

New Y'ork, Lake Erie and Western 
Railroad Company, for the privilege 
of entering the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania, |10,000 00 

30 ESCHEATS 

Estate of Caroline M. Collins, deceased, 
Carlisle, Pa., per A. G. Miller, deputy 
eseheator, f 500 91 

Western Savings Fund Society, Phila- 
delphia, unclaimed deposits escheated 
to the Commonwealth 68 08 

Philadelphia Savings Fund Society, un- 
claimed deposits escheated to the 
Commonwealth, 313 77 

Estate of Louis Steffens, deceased, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa., per J. Edward Carpen- 
ter, deputy eseheator 2,012 (jG 

Estate of 1*. Jaky, deceased, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., per P. J. Klinges, deputy 
eseheator, 725 2.1 



31. FEES OF STATE OFFICERS. 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, fees collected for use of 
the Commonwealth, $42,090 60 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, fees collected for his own 
use, 12,720 00 

Amos H. Mylin, Auditor General 32 50 

Henry C. McCormick, Attorney Gen- 
eral, commissions received for use of 
the Commonwealth, 2,452 57 

Henry C. McCormick, Attorney Gen- 
eral, commissions received for his own 
use, 7,000 00 

James W. Latta, Secretary of Internal 
Affairs, fees received for the use of 
the Commonwealth, 2,186 25 



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P.evenue of the Commonwea'.th. Refunded Cash. 

James B. Lambert, Insurance Commis- 
missioner, fees collected for use of 
the Commonwealth, 31,172 84 

James B. Lambert, Insurance Commis- 
sioner, fees collected for hi« own use, 4,049 40 

Theodore B. Stulb, health officer, Phil- 
adelphia, 8,987 50 

James N. Patterson, mine inspector 
Fourth Bituminous district, 22 00 

J. T. Evans, mine inspector, Sixth Bi- 
tuminous district, 39 00 

Thomas K. Adams, mine inspector, 

Third Bituminous district, 24 00 

Joseph Knapper, mine inspector. Eighth 

Bituminous district, 38 00 

Robert Ramsey, mine inspector, Second 
Bituminous district 42 00 

Bernard Callaghan, mine inspector, 

Ninth Bituminous district, 70 00 

C. B. Ross, secretary of board to exam- 
ine candidates for mine boss, 25 00 



3J. REFUNDED CASH. 

Pennsylvania Fish Commission, unex- 
pend<Hi balance of app»"'^T>H«ti^n for 
shad hatching |2 31 

otate Asyhiim for the Chronic In^ne, 
unexpended balance of special appro- 
Tiriation of April 23, 1895 i 853 1(> 

Thomas J. Edge, Secretary of Agi-icul- 
ture, unexpended balance, ^ 17 21 

Executive Department, unexpended bal- 
ance of contingent fund, 36 94 

Board of Pardons, unexpended balance 

of contingent fund, 38 94 

Erie Dispatch Co., money paid in error 

refunded 114 80 

James W. Latta, Secretary of Internal 
Affairs, unexpended balance of con- 
tingent fund of Bureau of Industrial 
Statistics 031 35 



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Revenue of the Commonwealth. Miscellaneous— General. 



33. CONSCIENCE MONEY. 

Cash received from unlmown persons, 336 30 

34. MISCELLANEOUS GENEEAL. 

Johu C. Delaney, Superintendent of Pub- 
lie Grounds and Buildings, cash re- 
etaved from the sale of old furniture, 

'•»rpets, paoer, etc ?U74 10 

n. (\ Demuth, treasurer Pennsylvania 
Fish rommissioners, from the sale of 

brook trout and carp baskets, 15 75 

Heniy M. Herman, Carlisle, P.^ tax on 
unassessed property between 1882 and 

1891 \ 100 00 

John D. Mattern, executor of the estate 

of Solomon Deihl, deceased, bequest,. 25 00 

Insurance for loss by fire on Slippery 

Kock State Normal School. 
North British and Mercantile Insurance 

Company, f 1,440 00 

American Fire Insurance Company, . . 1,425 00 

NorA\ieh Union Fire Insurance Society, 25 00 

Insurance Company of Noi'th America, 950 00 

National Fire Insurance Company, .... 25 00 

Phoenix Insurance Company, 1,900 00 

Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool, 1,440 00 
Commercial Assurance Company, (lim- 
ited) \ 28 50 

Fire Association of Philadelphia, 15 00 

German American Insurance Company, 15 00 

Niagara Fire Insurance Company, . . . 1,425 00 

North British and Mercantile Insurance 

Company, 4 20 

Phoenix Assurance Company of London, 50 00 

f 10,057 91 

Total receipts 112,913,843 50 

Balance in treasurv November 30, 1895, 3,429,654 07 



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Fxp^ndltures of the Commonwealth. Summary of Payments. 



EXPENDITURES 



Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 



SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS ' 

At the State Treasury from the ist Day of December, 1805. to the 3oih Day , of Novem- 
ber, 1896, both days inclusive. 

1. Expenses of Government: 

Senate, ?il,04r) 12 

House of Representatives, 10,130 50 

Judiciary, 674,570 02 

Tublic Printing and Binding,... 278,071 02 

Executive Department 29,890 90 

State Department, 52,048 G2 

Auditor General's Department, . . 42,421 69 

Ti'easury; Department, 23,649 73 

Attorney General's Department,. . 22,949 98 

Dei>artment of Internal Affairs, . 55,039 66 

Dei)aii:ment of Public Instruction, 23,133 00 

Adjutant General's Department,. 24,700 00 

Factory Inspector's Department. . 36,300 00 

Insurance Department, 18,859 82 

Banking Department, 50,924 76 

Department of Agriculture 81,342 10 

State Library, 25,171 13 

State Reporter, 7,705 66 

Commissioners of the Sinking 

Fund, 2,225 00 

Board of Pardons, 4,800 00 

Board of Revenue Commission- 
ers', 1,646 00 

Board of Public Charities, 14,550 00 

Board of Public Accounts, 1,575 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Summary of Payments— Continued. 



Board of Public Grounds and 

Buildings, 1,725 00 

Board of Public Property, 600 00 

State Board of Health, 5,930 00 

State Quarantine Board, 36,813 56 

Medical Council of Pennsylvania,. 1,500 00 

Port Warden, Philadelphia, 2,500 00 

Harbor Master, Philadelphia, 11,283 25 

Public Grounds and Buildings 194,860 59 

Stationery and supplies, 67,259 55 

inspection and supervision of 

coal mines, 70,125 99 

Advertising 2,561 95 

Mercantile appraisers' mileage,.. 3,261 10 

Ck)sts in suits against delinquent 

dealers, -. 10,543 62 

Commissions, 221,722 80 

Counsel fees and costs in Com- 
monwealth cases, , . . . 5,014 60 

$2,128,466 78 

2. Loans, • 245,355 50 

3. Hospitals and asylums for the insane, 738,390 58 

4. Penitentiaries 125,283 43 

5. Reformatories, 206,952. 54 

6. Charitable institutions, l.rJ4.<;>il 13 

7. Miscellaneous institutions, 147,224 92 

8. State tax on personal property, 2,038,936 04 

9. Common schools, 3,871,200 48 

10. Soldiers' orphan schools, 186,190 a3 

11. Gettysburg battlefield, 7,666 67 

12. Chickamaugua battlefield, 13,859 98 

13. Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, Erie, 95,000 00 

14. National Guard of Pennsylvania, 329,330 57 

15. Pensions and gratuities, 5,412 88 

16. Military claims, 65 63 

17. Harrisburg fire companies, 1,"00 00 

18. Escheats, 2,722 51 

19. Refunded collateral inheritance tax, ^,402 ()2 

20. Miscellaneous, 11,450 38 

Total expenditure^, $11,280,893 47 

Balance in State Treasury November 30, 1896, 5,062,604 19 

16,343,497 66 

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Expenditures of the rommonwealth. Expenses of Government. 



II. Expenditures of the Commonwealth. 



STATEMENT 



Showing the amount paid at the State Treasury, as applied to the several objects of expen* 
ditures, during the fiscal year ending with the joih day of November, 1896. 



1. EXPENSES OF GOVERNMENT. 

SENATE. 
SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYES. 

E. W. Smilej, chief clerk, salary from January 1, 1896, 
to September 30, 1896, $750 00 

Elerman P. Miller, Senate Librarian, salary from Sep- 
tember 30, 1895, to September 30, 1896, 2,000 OO 

Edward P. Mack in, fireman, salary' from November 
30, 1895, to November 30, 1896, 1,098 00 

Edward J. Adamson, engineer of the Capitol, salary 
from November 30, 1895, to Novembber 30, 1896, . . . 1,098 00 

AVilliam M. McAnany, watchman, salary from Novem- 
ber 30, 1895, to November 30, 1896, 1,008 00 

Joseph Higgins, janitor of the Senate bath room, 
salary- from November 30, 1895, to November 30, 
1896,' 1,098 00 

E. W. Smiley, chief clerk of the Senate, for pa\Tiient 
of the janitor of the Lieut enant-Govenior's room,. . 400 00 

Indexing Journal of the Senate, session of 1895, 2^)0 00 

DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLIC DOCUMENTS TO MEMBKRS 
OK THE SENATE, PER CONTRACT. 

George T. Murray, $226 56 

George T. Murray, 226 56 

Joseph L. Ettla, 350 00 

803 12 

CONTINGENT KXPENSKS. 

E. W. Smiley, chief clerk, recess of 1896, 800 00 

Herman P. Miller, Senate Librarian, 1,700 00 

Total Senate, |11,045 12 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth Expenses of Government— Continued. 

HOUSE OF REPRKSEN TATIVK-S. 

A. D. Fetterolf, chief cJerk, salary from November 30, 

1895, to Sl ptember 30, 1896, f 750 00 

Resident clerk, salary- fmm November 30, 1895, to 

December 31, 1896, 1,500 00 

George R. Hoopes, sergeant-at-arms. 

House of Representatives, session 

of 1893, for attendance upon Hon. 

Williami JIcGill, flOO 00 

For attendance upon Hon. A. W. 

Havs, per section 31, act June 6, 

1893, 100 00 

J200 00 

Jesse AY. Pallett, watchman, salary from November 
30, 1895, to November 30, 1896, 1,098 00 

D. J. Jones, firem^in, salary fmm November 30, 1895, 
to November 30, 1896, 1,098 00 

Jos. L. Ettla, distribution of public documents to 
members of the House of Representatives, per con- 
tract, and act of 1895, - -2,090 50 

CONTINGENT ANDOTHKR EXPENSES. 

A. D. Fetterolf, chief clerk, recess 1896 1.20O 00 

Jei-e B. Rex, resident clerk, recess 1896, 2,000 00 

Miss Emily Patterson, indexing House Journal, ses- 
sion of 1895, section 7, general appropriation act 
of 1895 200 00 

Total House of Representatives, f 10,136 5 ) 



JUDICIARY. 
SUPREME COURT. 

James P. Sterret, chief justice, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, ; . . 18,425 00 

Clerk hire, per act June 9, 1891,. . 1,050 00 

J9,475 00 

Henry Greene, associate justice, s ilary 
from August 31, 1895, to November 

30, 1896, f 10,000 00 

Clerk hire, per act June 9, 1891,. . . 1,240 00 

11,240 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth Expenses of Government— Continued. 

Henry W. Williams, associate justice, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to No- 
vember 30, 1896, 110,000 00 

Clerk hire, per act June 9, 1891,. . 1,093 00 



J. Brewster McCollum, associate jus- 
tice, salary from August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1896, f 8,000 00 

Clerk hire, per act June 9, 1801,. . 800 00 



James T. Mitchell, associate justice, 
salary from November 30, 1895, to 

November 30 1896, f8,000 00 

Clerk hire, per act June 9, 1891,. . 960 00 



John Dean, associate justice, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to November 

30, 1896 J10,000 00 

Clerk hire, per act June 9, 1891,. . 1,250 00 



D. Newlin Fell, associate justice, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, ?8,000 00 

Clerk hire, per act June 9, 1891,. . 1,000 00 



Total Supreme Court,. 



11,093 9<) 



8,800 00 



8,960 00 



11,250 00 



9,000 00 



||;69,818 00 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

Charles E. Rice, president judge, sal- 
nry from August 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 

Edward N. Willard, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to November 30, 1896, 

John J. Wifkhanj, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to November 30, 
189G, 

James A. Beaver, salary from August 
31, 1895, to November 30, 1896 

Howard J. ReFder, salary from August 
31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 

George B. Orlady, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to May 31, 1896,. . . . 



?7.500 00 


9,375 00 


0^75 00 


9,375 00 


7,500 00 


5,625 00 


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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

Peter P. Smith, salary from first Mon- 
day January, 189G, to August 31, 
1806, 5,000 00 

Total for Superior Court, $56,250 00 

COURTS OK COMMON PLEAS. 
FIRST DISTRICT, COURT No. 1. 

Craig Biddle president judge, salary 
from November 80, 1895, to Novem- 
ber 30 1896 $7,000 00 

F. A. Bregy, salary from November 30, 

1895, to November 30, 1896, 7,000 00 

Joseph Allison, salary from August 

31, 1895, to February 8, 1896 3,092 46 

Abraham M. IJeitler, salary from Feb- 
ruary 15. 1896, to November :Ul 
1890, r),499 ;m 

COURT Xo. 2. 

J. I.Clarke Hare, president judge, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to No 
vember 30, 1896, sJoO oo 

S. W. Pennepacker, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to November 30, 

, l«9a 8.750 00 

Mayer Sulzberger, salary from Novem- 
ber 30, 1895 to August 31, 1896,. 5,250 00 

COL'flT .Vn. 3. 

Thomas K. Finletter, president judge, 
salary fiom November 30, 1895, to 
November 30, 1896, 7,000 00 

James Gay Gordon, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895. to November 30, 1896, 8,750 00 

Charles B. McMichael, salary from 
March 5, 1896, to November 30, 1896, 5,172 22 

The estates of Henry Reed, deceased, 
salary from November 30, 1895, to 
February 23, 1896, 1,630 13 

COURT No. 4. 

M. Ru-sflell Thayer, president judge, 
salary from November 30, 1895, to 
October 22, 1896, 6,250 00 



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Sxpenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Oovemment*— Continued. 



]\lichael Arnold, salai-j' from August 

ai. 1895, to November 30, 1896, .... 8J50 00 

Robert N. Wilson, salary from August 

31, 1895, to August 3 L, 1896, 7,000 00 

SECOND DISTRICT, LvNCASTER COUN-TY. 

John B. Livingston, president judge, 
salary from August HI, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 4,000 00 

H. Clay Brubaker, salai-y 

fiH)m August 31 1895 

to August 31, 1896, |4,000 00 

Assistant cooirt and 

mileage per act 

March 24 1887, 164 20 

4,164 20 

THIRD DISTRICT, NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 

W. W. Schuyler, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895 to 
August 31, 1896,... ¥4,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding 
court in other dis- 
tncts. per act May 

2, 1891 252 00 

Assistant court and 
mileage, iK?r act 

March 24, 1887 20 00 

4,272 00 

Henry W, Scott, salary from August 

31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, ?4,000 00 

POURTH DISTRICT, TIOGA COUNTY. 
John J. Mitchell, president judge, 
salary from August 31 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896,. 4,000 00 

FIFTH DISTRICT, ALLEGHENY COUNTY. 
COURT No. 1. 

Edwin H. Stowe, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31 1895, 
to August 31, 1896,. . f 6,000 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government- Continued. 



Compensation and mile- 
age for holding 
court in other dis- 
tricts, per act May 
2, 1871, 24 00 

6,024 00 

Frederick H. Collier, salary from Au- 

guet 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896,. . . 6,000 00 

Jacob F. Slagle, salary 
from August 31, 1895, 
to August 31, 1896,.. |6,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age . for holding 
court in other dis- 
ti-icts, per act May 
2, 1871, 149 00 

6,149 00 



COUKt No. 2. 

Thomas Ewing, president judge, 
salary fi-om August 31 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 6,000 00 

John W. White, salary from August 

31, 1895, to August 31, 1896,. ..... 6,000 00 

Christopher Magee, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to August, 31 1896,. . 6,000 00 

COrRT No. 3. 

John M. Kennedy, presi- 
dent judge, salary 
from August 31, 
1895, to August 31, 

1896 f 6,000 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding 
court in other dis- 
tricts, per act May 

2, 1871, 40 80 

Assistant <court and 
mileage, per act 
March 24, 1887 70 00 



6,110 80 

William D. Porter, salary from Au- 
gust 31 1895, to August 31, 1896,.. 6,000 00 



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Expenditures of ihe Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



Samuel A. McClung, presi- 
dent judge salary 
from August 31, 
1895, to August 31, 

1896, $6,000 00 

Compens-ation and mile- 
age for holding 
court in other dis- 
tricts, per act May 
2, 1871, 12 00 



G,012 00 



aiXTH DlbTRlCT, ERIE COUNTY. 

Frank Gunnison president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31 189G,.... 14,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age . for holding 
court in other dis- 
tricts, per act May 

2, 1871, 224 00 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act 
March 24, 1887, 24 60 



4,248 60 



SEVENTH DLSTRICT, BUCKS COUNTY. 

r>enjamin Yerkes, presi- 
dent judge, salary 
from August 31, 
1895 to August 31, 

1896, 14,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age , for holding 
court in other dis- 
tricts, per act May 

May 2, 1871, 1,020 00 

Assistant court land , 
mileage , per act 
March 24, 1887,.... 238 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 
EIGHTH DlSTrilCT, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

Clinton R. Savidge presi- 
dent judge, salary 
from August 31, 1895, 
to August 31 1896,.. $4,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age , for holding 
court in other dis- 
tricts, per act May 

2, 1871, 2,260 80 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act 
March 24, 1887, .... 16 60 

6,277 40 

NINTH DISTRICT, CUMBKRLAND COUNTY. 

Edward W. Biddle, presi- 
dent judge, salary 
from (August 31, 

1895, to August 31, 

1896, 14,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 

alge for ho-lding 
court on other dis- 
tricts per act May 
2, 1871, \ 60 00 

4,000 00 

TENTH DISTRICT, WESTMOKELAND COUNTY. 

Lucien W. Doty, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, .. 14,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding 
court in other dis- 
tricts per act May 

2, 1871, 337 70 

4,337 70 

Alexander D. !McConnell, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 4,000 00 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT, LUZERNE COUNTY. 

Stanley Woodward, president judge, 
salary fron^ August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, 4,000 00 

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Extendltures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

John Lynch, salary 
from August 31, 

1895, to August 31, 

1896, f4,000 00 

Assistant court and 

mileage, per act 

March 24, 1887, ... 192 00 

4,192 00 

Lyman H. Bennett, salary from Aug- 
ust 8, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 4,260 87 

TWELFTH DISTRICT, DAUPHIN COUNTY. 

John W. Simonton, presi- 
dent judge, salary 
from May 31, 1895, 
to May 31, 1896,... *5,CK)0 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding 
court in other dis- 
tricts, per act May 
2, 1871, \ 60 00 

Assistant court and 
pel act March 24, 
1887 70 80 

Clerk hire, per act April 

17, 1893, 118 00 

5,248 80 

John B. McPheraon, 

salary from Aug- 
ust 31, 1895, to Aug- 
ust 31, 1896 15,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, 
per act May 2, 1871, 247 00 

Aissiistant court and 
mileage per act 
March 24, 1887 220 00 

Clerk hire, per act April 

17, 1893, 252 05 

5,719 85 



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No. 2. REPORT ON THE FINANCES. 179 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT, GREENE COUNTY. 

R. L. Crawford, president judge, sal- 
ary from January, 1896, to August 
31, 1896, 2,666 66 

Allen P. Dickey, salary from August 
31, 1895, to January 6, 1896, 1,388 13 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT, FAYETTE COUNTY. 

Nathaniel Ewing, president judge, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to August 

31, 1896 4,000 00 

S.Leslie Mestrezat, sal- 
ary from August 31, 
1895, to August 31, 

1896, 14,000 00 

Comi)ensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, 
per act May 2, 1871, 226 00 

4,226 00 

FIFTEENTH hISTKICT, CHESTER COUNTY. 

William B. Waddell, presi- 
dent judge, salary 
from August 31, 

1895, to August 31, 

1896, 14,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in other districts, 
per act May 2, 1871, 150 40 
Assistant court and 
mileage per act 

March 24, 1887 26 00 

4,176 40 

Joseph Hemphill, salary 
from August 31, 

1895, to August 31, 

1896, $4,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in otJier districts 

per act May 2, 1871, 25 20 

4,025 20 



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Expend! turt 8 cf the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



SIXTEENTH DISTRICT, BEDFORD AND SOMERSET 
COUNTIES. 

L H. Longenecker, presi- 
dent Judge, salary 
from August 31, 
1805, to August 31, 
1896, ?4,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts 
per act May 2, 1871, 581 35 

Assistant court and 
mileage per act 
March 24, 1887, 154 00 



4,735 35 



SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT, UNION AND SNYDER 
COUNTIES. 

Harold M. McClure, presi- 
dent judge, salary 
from August 31,1895, 
to August 31, 1896, $4,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts 
per act May 2, 1871, 406 60 

Assistant court and 
mileage per act 
March 24, 1887,.... 396 00 

4,802 60 

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT, CLARION COUNTY. ' 

E. Heath Clarke, presi- 
dent judge, salary 
f roni May 31, 1895, to 

May 31, 1896, ?4,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
for holding court in 
in other districts 
per act May 2, 1781, 72 00 

4,072 00 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT, YORK COUNTY. 

John W. Bittinger, president judge, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, 4,000 00 ^ . 

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Expenditures cf the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

W. F. Bay Stewaii:, salary from Janu- 
ary, 1895, to Kovember 30, 1896. . . . 3,G66 CG 

James W. Latimer, salary fix>m No- 
vember 30, 1895, to January G, 189G, 1,333 34 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT, HUNTINGDON AND MIFFLIN 
COUNTIES. 

John M. Bailey, president > 

judge, salary, J2,666 67 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, .... 1 50 

2,81G G7 

W. McKay Williams, sal- 
ary from August 31, 

1895, to January 6, 

1896, 1,400 00 

Mileage 79 80 

1,479 80 

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT, SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. 

Cyrus L. Pershing, president judge, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, , 4,000 00 

Oliver T. Beohtel, salary from August 

31, 1895, to August 31, 189G, 4,000 00 

Mason Weidman, salary from August 
31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 4,000 00 

TWEXTX-SECOND DISTRICT, WAYNE AND PIKE 
COUNTIES. 

George S. Purdy, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, . . . 14,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871 339 00 

Assistant court and < 

mileage, per act 
March 4, 1887, 45 90 

4,384 90 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government — Continued. 

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT, BERKS COUNTY. 

James M. Ennen1:rout, 
president judge, sal- 
ary from August 
31, 1895, to Novem- 
ber 30, 1896, 5,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, .... 49 20 

5,049 20 

Gustave A. Endlich, sal- 
ary from August 31, 

1895. to August 31, 

1896, 4,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871 390 90 

Assistant count and 
mileage, per act March 
24, 1887, 21 00 

4,411 90 

TWE.STY-FOURTH DISTRICT, BLAIK COUNTY. 

Martin Bell, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 189G, .... ?4,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, 193 00 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act March 
24, 1887, 87 80 

4,280 80 

TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT, CLINTON, CAMERON AND 
ELK COUNTIEJS. 

Charles A. Mayer, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
November 30, 1896,.. f 5,000 00 

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Expenditures of the Commontvoalth. Expenses of Oovernment— Continued. 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
ill other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, 705 30 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act March 
24, 1887, 276 30 

5,981 60 

TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT, COHI MB! A AND MONTOUR 
COUNTIES. 

Elijah R. Ikeler, president 

judge, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to" 

August 31, 1896, .... 14,000 00 
Comi)ensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, 953 20 

Assistant court and 

mileage, per act March 

24, 1887, 219 00 

5,172 20 

TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT, WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

John Add. Mcllvanre, president judge, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, 4,000 00 

James F. Taylor, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, .... 14,000 00 
Comi)ensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, .... 46 40 

4,046 40 

TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT, VEJ^ANGO COUNTY. 

Geo. S. Criswell, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, .... 14,000 00 



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"Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, 234 00 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act March 
24, 1887, 99 20 

4,333 20 

TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT, LYCOMING COUNTY. 

John J. Metzger, president 

judge, salai7 from 

August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 189G, .... ?4,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in other districts, per 

act Mav 2, 1871, 866 80 

Assistant couTt and 

mileage, per act March 

24, 1887, 71 40 

4,938 21) 

THIRTIETH DISTRK^T, CRAWFORD COUNTY. 

JohnJ.Henderson,president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, .... ?4,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, 12 00 

4,012 01) 

THIRTY-FIRvr DISI'RICT, LEHIGH COUNTY. 

Edwin Albright, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, .... J4,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, 1,167 80 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act March 
24, 1887, 323 80 

5,490 60 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— CJontlnued. 



THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT, DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Thomas Clayton, president judige, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to 
November 30, 1896, 5,000 00 

THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. 

Calvin Rayburn, president 

judge, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 3890, .... J4,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, .... 175 00 
Assistant court and 

mileage, per act March 

24, 1887, 30 00 

4,205 00 

THIRTY-FOURTH DISjTRICT, SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY. 

Daniel W. Searle, president 

judge, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1896, J4.000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, 1,055 60 

Assistant couirt and 

mileage, per act March 

24, 1887, 9 00 

5,064 60 

THIRTY-FIFTH DISTRICT, MERCER COUNTY. 

Samuel H. Miller, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1896, J4,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, ... 888 00 

4,888 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Governm«nt— Continued. 

THIRTY-^TXTH DISTRICT, BRAVER COUNTY. 

James Sharp. WilsoD, pres- 
ident judge, salary 
from first Monday in 
January, 1896, to 
August 31, 1896, . . J2,666 66 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, .... 212 20 



Millard F. Mecklin, pres- 
ident judge, salary 
from July 5, 1895, to 

January 6, 1896, |1,999 99 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, 19 00 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act March 
24, 1887 90 00 



2,878 m 



2,108 99 



THIRTY-SKVKNTH DISTRICT, WARREN AND FOREST 
COUNTIE& 

Charles H. Noyes, president 

judge, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1896, t4,0a0 00 

Corai)ensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, 203 40 

Assistant court and 

mileage, per act March 

24, 1887, 55 40 



4,258 80 



THIRTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Aaron S. Swartz, president judge, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 4,000 00 



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Expendlture« of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

Henry K. Weand, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895,' to 
August 31, ]896, .... ?4,000 00 

THIRTY-NINTH DISTRICT, FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

John Stewairt, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, .... 14,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in otheir districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, .... 60 00 

4,060 00 

FORTIETH DISTRICT, INDIANA COUNi Y. 

Harry White, president 

judge, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1896 J4,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, 240 60 

Assistant court and 

mileage, per act March 

24, 1887, 187 30 

4,427 90 

FORTY-FIRST DISTRICT, JUNI VTA AND PKRRY 
COUNTIES. 

Jeremiah Lyons, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
November 30, 1896, . . $5,000 OH 
Compensation and mile- 
^age for holding court 
in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871 672 90 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act March 
24, 1887, 100 10 



5,773 00 

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FORTY-SECOND DISTRICT, BRADFORD COUNTY. 

Benjamin M. Peck, president 
judgre, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1806, .... J4,000 00 
Gorapc^nsation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, 252 00 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act March 
24, 1887, 13 20 

4,265 20 

FORTY-THIRD DISTRICT, CARBON AND MONROE 
COUNTIES. 

Allen Craig, president 

judge, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1896, .... f 4,000 00 
Compi^nsalion and mile- 
age for holding court 

in otheJT districts, per 

act May 2, 1871 1,173 80 

Assistant court and 

mileage, per act March 

24, 1887, 181 80 

5,355 60 

FORTY-FOURTH DISTRICT, WYOMING AND SULLIVAN 
COUNTIES. 

Edwin M. Durham, president 

judge, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1896, .... 14,077 76 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, 923 40 

Assistant court and 

mileage, per act March 

24, 1887, 431 00 



5,432 16 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

FORTY- 'IFTH DISTRICT, LACKAWANNA COUNTY. 

Robert W. Arclibald, president judge, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1896, 4,000 00 

Compeusalioii and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871, |1,851 20 

Afjsifeiant court and 
mileage per act March 

24, 1887, 20 00 

5,871 20 



Fred. W. Gunster, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, .... 14,000 00 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871, ... 73 GO 



4,«73 GO 

Harry M. Kdwanls, salary 
from August 31, 1895, 
to August 31, 1896,.. ?4,000 00 
Compeusation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871 128 00 

4,128 00 

FORTY-SIXTH DISTRICT, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

Cyrus Gordon, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896,.... J4,000 00 
rorapensalion and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871,.... 797 20 
Assistant court and 
mileage, per act 
March 24, 1887,.... 12 60 

4,809 80 



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Expenditures cf the Commonwea'.th. Exi^enses of Government— Continued. 



FORTY-SKVENTH DISI'RIUT, CAMBRIA COUNTY. 

A. y. Barker, president 

judj^e, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to 

August rA. 1SJ)G f 4,000 00 

Compensation and mile- • 

agre for holding court 

in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871,.... 1,192 00 
Assistant court and 

mileage, per act 

March 24, 1887,.... 298 20 

5,490 20 

FORTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. McKEvN WITH POITER 
ATTACHED. 

Thomas A. Morrison, 
president judge, sal- 
ary from August 31, 
1895, to August 31, 
189G ?4,000 (10 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871,.... 304 50 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act 
March 24, 1887, 30 50 



4,395 00 



FORTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

A. G. Olmstead, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, 
to August 31, 1896, ?4,000 00 
Assistant court and 
mileage, per act 
March 22, 1887 244 50 



4,244 50 



FORTY-NINTH DISTKlCT, CENTRE COUNTY. 

John G. Love, president 
judge, salary *from 
August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 189C, .... f4,077 76 ^ . 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

CompeDsation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871,.... 444 80 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act 
March 24, 1887 118 00 



4,640 56 



FIFTIETH DISTRICT, BUTLER COUNTY. 

John M. Greer, president 

judge, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1896 f 4,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 

in other districts, per 

act May 2, 1871 80 00 

Assistant court and 

mileage, per act 

March 24, 1887, .... 187 60 

4,267 60 

FIFTY.FIRST DISTRICT, ADAMS AND FULTON 
COUNTIES. 

Samuel McC. Swope, presi- 
dent judge, salary 
from August 31, 1895, 
to August 31, 1896,. . f 4,000 00 
Assistant court and 
mileage per act 
March 24, 1887, 98 40 



4,098 40 



FIFTY-SECOND DISTRICT, LEBANON COUNTY. 

Allen W. Ehrgood, presi- 
dent judge, salary 
from August 31, 1895, 
to August 31 1896,.. f4,000 00 , 
Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871,.... 720 00 

4,720 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Oovemment-'>-Continued. 

FIFTY-THIRD DISTRICT, LAWRENCE COUNTY'. 

William D. Wallace, pres- 
ident judge, salary 
from August 31, 1895, 
toNovember 30,1896, J5,000 00 

Compensation and mile- 
age for holding court 
in other districts, per 
act May 2, 1871 791 20 

Assistant court and 
mileage per act 
March 24, 1887, .... 148 80 

5,940 00 

FIFTY-FOURTH DISTRICT, JEr^FERSON COUNTY. 

eTohn W. Reed, president 
judge, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to 

August 31, 1891) f 4,000 00 

Assistant court and 
mileage, per act 
March 24, 1887, 258 00 

4,2o8 00 

Total courts of common pleas, ^458 374 15 

' SEPARATE ORPHANS' COURTS. 
PHILADELPHIA CITY AND COUNTY. 

William B. Hanna, president judge, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1806 f7,000 00 

Clement B. Penrose, salary from No- 
vember 30, 1895, to November 30, 
1896, 7,000 00 

William N. Ashman, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to November 30, 1896, 8,750 00 

Joseph C. Ferguson, salary from No- 
vember 30, 1895, to November 30, 
1896 7,000 00 

BERKS COUNTY. 

H. Willis Bland, salary from August 
31, 1895, to November 30, 1896,. . . . 5,036 00 



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EZzpenditures of th« Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

ALLEGHENY COUNTY. 

William G. Hawkins, Jr., president 
judge, salary from August 31, 1895, 
to November 30, 1896, 7,500 00 

James W. Over, salary from August , 

31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 6,000 00 

LUZERNE COUNTY. 

Alfred Darte, president judge, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 4,000 00 

SCHUYLKILL (BOUNTY. 

P. M. Dunn, president judge, ss^laiy 
from November 30, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 2fim 66 

T. H. B. Lyon, salaiy from August 31, 

1895, to January 6, 1896, 1,.388 13 

Total separate on)hans' courts, $56,340 79 

ASSOCIATE JUDGES. 
Salaries, Mileage and Services at Chambers, as follows : 
Barton, J. L., Juniata county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to May 31, 

1896, ! . . . . f S23 00 

Biesecker, Noah, Somerset county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to AJay 31, 

1896, 1,133 00 

Blocker- Thaddeuw S., Adums county, 

salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 407 30 

Brisbin, Samuel J., Mifflin county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 315 00 

Brodhead, Charles D., Monroe county, 
saJai';^' from August 31, 1895, to Feb- 
ruary 29, 1806, 130 00 

Beales, Cyru« (>., Adams county, sal- 
from- August 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, 452 30 

Bronson, Frank M., Potter county, »al- i 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896 377 70 

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Kxpenditurc s cf the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

Carr, Francis V., Wayne county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 523 00 

Cashman, Michael, Elk county, salai-y 
from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, 323 00 

Clark, Perry A., Wayne county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 
189G, 424 45 

Clark, C. W., Forest county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to January 6, 
1896, • 160 00 

Conley, Isaiah, Bedford county, salary 
from November 30, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 222 35 

Crawford, J. W,, Clinton county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 612 50 

Crouse, Jeremiah, Snyder county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 663 00 

Daniels, James, Fulton county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to August 
31 1896, 372 40 

Divel, Henry, Montour county, salary 
from January 1, 1895, to December 
31, 1896, 350 70 

Donohue, David S., estate of, Adams 
couty, salary to October 29, 1893,. . 54 05 

Everhart, James, Perry county salary 
from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 
31, 1896, 552 20 

Edinger James, Monroe county, salary 
from November 30, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 320 00 

Faulkner, C. A., Centre county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, G56 40 

Foor, W. H. H., Bedford county,9alary 
from August 31, 1895, to January 6, 
1896 306 40 

Fore, John M., Fulton county, salary 
from August 31, 1805, to January 1, 
1896, 151 30 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

Fulkerson, R. J.,Lawi^iice county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 718 50 

Grissinger, W. J., Huntingdon county, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 963 00 

Gellinger, Jackson, Union county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to May 
31, 1896, ;n6 20 

Gimberling, Z. T., Snyder county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 539 60 

Harbeson, D. R., Union county, salary 
from November 30, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 336 10 

Harding, Harry M., Wyoming county, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 487 50 

Henderson, E. B., Jefferson county, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Jan- 
uary 6, 1896, 280 00 

Horner, Daniel J., Somerset county, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 1,015 00 

Houck, John D., Pike county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 
31, 1896, 555 30 

Huntingdon, H. C, Warren county, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 754 00 

Kaufman, John W., Union county, 
salary from November 30, 1895, to 
January 6, 1896, 194 80 

Kline, John R., Elk county, salary 
from Dec( mber 1, 1895, to Decem- 
ber 1, 1896, .300 00 

Laird, R. A., Huntingdon county, sal- 
ary from November 30, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31. 1896, 629 00 

Kline, John L., Perry county, salary 
from May 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, 525 60 



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Expenditures of ihe Commonwealth. Expenses of Govemm«nt— Continued. 

Lacey, Caufleld 1., Wyoming county, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 189G, 546 70 

Light, Andrew, Lebanon county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31 1896 590 00 

Alanslield, Barnet, Monroe county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896 525 00 

Marsh, Critt, Warren county, salary 
from Aug^^*t 31, 1S95, to January 
6, 1896, 282 00 

Larrabee, M. V., Potter county, salary 
from November 30, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 247 00 

McKinney, J. HiHris, Clinton couuty, 
salary from February 29, 1896, to 
August 31, 1896 156 00 

Mitchell, AA'illiam, Pike county, sal- 
ary from November 30, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896 210 33 

McClelland, M. M., (Ireene county, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896 370 00 

Miller, Mordecai, Columbia county, 
salary f rom August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1S96 548 00 

Morton, Peter, Fulton county, sal- 
ary from November 30, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896 119 00 

Mott, Milton I)., l^ke county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to November 
1, 1895 110 00 

Murphy, (\ (J., Columbia county, sal- 
ary from August 31. 1895, to August 
^^^ 1806 1,172 05 

McCray, N. Jackson, Forest county, 
salary from November 30, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896 337 00 

Nash, Joseph A., Forest county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895. to May 
31, 1896 \ 482 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

Phillips, M. J., Sullivan county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to August 

31, 1896, 406 40 

Rich, Benjamin, estate, Centre county, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to 

November 16, 1895, 65 24 

Rouee, Daniel, Carbon county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to August 

31, 1896 495 00 

Sheaffer, John, Lawrence county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Jan- 
uary 6, 1896 325 00 

Silvens, Justice T., Greene county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895 to Au- 
gust 31, 1896 475 00 

Sandstrom, J. H., Warren county, sal- 
ary from November 30, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896 385 00 

Smith, S. S., Cameron county, salary 
from January 1, 1895, to January 6, 

1896, 300 00 

Stebbins, C. A., Potter county, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to January 

6, 1896, \ 145 00 

Thompson, Samuel G., Montour coun- 
ty, salary from January 1, 1895, to 

December 31. 1895, 366 00 

Truman, Henry, Jefferson county, sal- i 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Jan- 
uary 6, 189i: 270 00 

Vanzant, Hezekiah C, Mifflin county, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 360 90 

Watson, W. B., Huntingdon county, 
salarj^ from August 31, 1895, to Jan- 

uarv- 6, 1896, 245 00 

Wickersham, J. P., Juniata county, 
salary from November 30, 1895, to 

May 31, 1896, 333 90 

Wright, John C, Bedford county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 410 00 



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Expend Ituren of the Commonwealth. Kxpenei^s of Government— Continued. 

Wjkoff B. v., Cameron oounty, salary 
from January 7, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, . . / 748 50 

Yonkin, John, 2d, Sullivan county, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 407 75 

Zerr, Jacob G., Carbon county, salary . 
from August 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 494 60 

Total associate judges, 28,353 14 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Law books for the use of the Supreme 

Court, per act of April 22, 1891 

and 1893: 
West Publishing Com 

Pany |136 50 

Edward Thompson Co., 19 50 

Prank Shephard On., 24 00 

T. & J.AV. Johnson & Co., 19 50 

1199 50 

Lewis C. Green, clerk to the prothon- 
otary of the Supreme Court, East- 
em district, salary from August 31, 

1895, to August 31, 1896, 1,200 00 

J. B. Sweitzer, clerk to the prothon- 
otary of the Supreme Court, West- 
ern district, salary from August 31, 

1895, to August .-^1, 1896, i,200 00 

William Pearson, prothonotary of the 
Supreme Court, Middle district, 
contingent expenses: 
John Hamer, janitor, 

salary for 1896, .... |25 00 
Contingent expenses,. 100 00 

r.1 , "" 125 00 

Charles S. Greene, prothonotary of 

Superior Couri, services of tipstaffs 

and court crier, 2,709 44 

— 5,433 94 

RECAPITULATIOX: 

Judges of the Supreme Court, |69 818 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

Judges of the courts of common 

.pleaiai, 458,374 15 

Judges of the separate orphans' 

courte, 56,340 79 

Associate judges, 28,353 14 

Miscellaneous, 5,433 94 

674,570 02 

PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING. 
Superintendent of Public Printing and Rinding. 

Thomas JRobinson, 8iii)eriintendsent, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896 ?2,000 00 

Milton H. Plank, clerk and book- ' 
keeper, salary from November 30, 

1895, to November 30, 1896, 750 00 

Contingent expenses, 350 00 

*3,100 00 

Clarence M. Busch, for executing public printing and 

binding from November 30, 1895, to November 30, 

1896, per contract and generaJ appropriation act 

of 1895, .214,160 01 

Supplies for Public Printing aud Binding. 

Ir^in N. Megargee & Co., |21,840 82 

Johnson & Co., 35,296 39 

Charles H. Mullin 3,673 80 

• 60,811 01 

RECAPITULATION: 

Superintendent of Public Printing 
and Binding, f3,100 00 

Planting and binding, 214,160 01 

Supplies for public printing and bind- 
ing, 60^11 01 

' 278,071 02 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Daniel H. Hastings, Governor, salary 

from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 

1896 f 10,000 00 

Clerk hire, from November 30, 1895, 

to November 30, 1896, 8,199 96 

Contingent expenses, 4,000 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



Walter Lyon, Lieutenant Governor, 
salary- fi'om November 30, 1805, to 
November 80, 189C, 5,000 00 

E. W. Smiley, for services of W. P. 
Miller, janitor of Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor's room, per act of 1801, from 
May 31, 1805, to May 31, 1807 1,000 00 

E. L. Allen, clerk to Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, salary from June 30, 1805, to 
November 30, 1806 1,700 00 



20,800 Ofl 



STATE DEPARTMENT. 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, salary from August 31, 
1805, to August 31, 1806, ?14,000 00 

James C. Bamett, Deputy Secretary 
of the Commonwealth, salary from 
August 31, 1805, to August 31, 
1800 2,500 00 

Frank Keeder. Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, fees collected for his 
own u«e, per act of April 20, 1874, 12,720 (;0 

Frank R(H>der, Secretin ry of the Com- 
monwealth, expenses incurred in en- 
forcing the provisions of laws re- 
quiring foreign coi'porations, etc., 
to file statements and returns in of- 
fice of Secretary of Commonwealth, 
act of July 3, 1805, 1,000 00 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of the Com- 
monweal t'h, for classifying, arrang- 
ing and tabulating old papers be- 
longing to files qf Statei Depart- 
ment, per act of 1805, 1,000 00 

Frank Reeeder Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, for clerical assistance 
and other expenses including ])ost- 
age and express charges incurred 
under provisions of ballot law of 
June 10 1803 and act of 1805, 2,500 00 

Clerk hire, from November 30, 1805, 
to November 30, 1806 22,300 62 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



Contingent expenses, 5,500 00 

George T. Murray, shipping docu- 
ments, 429 00 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Amos H. Mylin, Auditor General, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 14,000 00 

Sam Matt. Fridy, Deputy Auditor Gen- 
eral, salary from December 1, 
1895. to Nov(*niber 30, 1896, P.ODO 00 

Purchase of law books and dockets, 
per section 2, general appropria- 
tions, act of 1887, 55 00 

Kay & Brothers 8 75 

Legal Intelligencer, 10 00 

Payment of expenses for execution of 
laws relating to the collection of 
Mercantie licenses, 1,518 19 

Expenses of persons appointed to ex- 
amine accounts of city and county 
offices, 60 30 

Clerical services in discovering and 
prosecuting delinquent corporations, 
etc., 1,205 10 

Amos H Mylin. Auditor General, 
clerical and other expenses relative 
to the tax conference revenue bill, 
per section 50, act of July 3, 1895, 
P. L. 582 1,000 00 

Clerk hire, December 1, 1895, to No- 
cember 30, 1896, 27,064 35 

Contingent expenses 3,500 00 

Execution of corporation tax laws, . . . 1,000 00 



TRRASURy DEPARTMENT. 

Samuel M. Jackson, State Treas- 
urer, salary from August 31, 1895, 
to May, 4, 1896 J3.333 33 

Benjamin J. Haywood, State Treas- 
urer, salary from May 5, 1895, to 

November 30, 1896 2,916 67 

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Expendlturep of the Commonwealth. Expanses of Government— Com In uod. 

Clerk hire 13,89!) 73 

CJontingent exj)enses,. 2,500 

Temporary' clerical assistance, rein- ' 

dexing and transferring accounts of 

corporations, etc., 1,000 00 

'■ — 23,649 73 

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Henry C. McOormick, Attorney Gen- 
eral salary from August 31 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, 13,500 00 

John r. Elkins, Deputy Attorney Gen- 
eral, salary from August 31, 1895, 
to August 31, 1896, 4,000 00 

Henry C. McCormick, Attorney Gen- 
eral, fees collected for his own use, 
per act of April 7, 1870, 7,000 00 

Henry C. McCormick, Attorney Gen- 
eral, for payment of official fees, 
serving processes, etc., 2,250 00 

Clerk hire, from November 30, 1895, 
to November 30, 1896, . .• 3,699 98 

Contingent expenses 2,500 00 

22,949 98 

DEPARTMENT OF INTERNAL Ab'FAIRS. 

James W. Latta, Secretary of Internal 
Affairs, salary from November 30, 
1895, to November 30, 1896 |4,000 00 

Expenses collecting and compiling tax 
statistics, per act July 3, 1895, P. L. 
553, and act of ^lay 9, 1889, P. I^ 
157, 10,000 00 

Expenses incurred for examinations 
and repairs of boundary line monu- 
ments between Pennsylvania and 
adjoining states 2,000 00 

Clerk hire 35,258 34 

Contingent expenses 3,000 00 

Bureau of Railways, contingent ex- 
penses, act of 1895, 750 00 

George T. Murray, shipping docu- 
ments, 31 32 

. 55,039 66 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenees of Government— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

NathaD C. Schneifer, Department of 
Public Insti uction, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1805, to November 30, 1896, |5,000 00 

ExpeDses State Normal School exam- 
iners, for year 1896, per act July 3, 
1895, P. L. 553, 2,000 00 

l*ayment of circulating the Pennsyl- 
vania School Journal, for year 1896, 
per act July 3, 1895, P. L. 554 3,750 00 

Clerk hire, 9,700 00 

Shipping documents for the depart- 
ment, per schedtule and contra-ct 
1895, 483 00 

Contingent expenses, 2,200 00 

'■ 23,133 00 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Thomas J. Stewart, Adjutant Gen- 
eral salary from November 30, 1895, 
to August 31, 1896, 15,000 00 

Clerk hire, from No\'ember 30, 1895, 

to November 30, 1896, 15,800 00 

Contingent expenses, 3,900 00 



FACTORY INSPECTOR. 

James Campbell, Factory Inspector, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, f3,000 00 

Salary of Deputy Factory Inspectors, 23,800 00 

Contingent expenses 2,000 00 

Contingent and traveling expenses of 
Deputy Factory Inspectors, 7,500 00 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

James H. Lambert, Insurance Com- 
missioner, tsalary from October 1, 
1895, to Maroh 31, 1896, |1,500 00 

James H. Lambert, Insurance Com- 
missioner, fees collected for his own 
use, per act of June 3, 1887,. .^ . . 4,049 40 



24,700 00 



36,300 00 



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Expenditures of the Cozninonwealth. Exi>enae8 of Government— Continued. 

Clerk hire, 4,200 00 

GonliDgeDt expenses, 9,110 42 

18,851) 82 



BANKING DEPARTMENT. 

B. F. Gilkeeon, Commissioner of Bank- 
ing, salary from August 31, 1895, to 
November 30, 1896, ?7,500 00 

John W. Morrison, Deputy Commis- 
sioner of Banking, salary from 
Augu&t 31, 1895, to November 30, 
1896, 3,125 00 

Expense of bank examinations, per 
act of 1891, and FebruaiT 11, 
1895 .' 31,800 00 

Clerk hire, from November 30 1895, to 
November 30, 1896, 5,999 76 

Contingent expenses, 2,500 00 



STATE LIBRARY. 

William H. Egle, State Librarian, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to No- 
vember 30, 1896, 13,125 00 

Clerk hire 7,699 96 

Reading, correcting and revising 
proof, and repaging index for sec- 
ond series Pennsylvania archives, 2,550 00 

W. H. Egle, State Librarian, purchase 
of law and miscellan>eou8 books, 
per act July 3, 1895, 7,500 00 

Contingent expenses, 4,250 00 

(reorge T. Murray, shipping docu- 
ments, 46 17 



STATE REPORTER. 

Wilson C. Kress, State Reporter, 
for salary as rei>orter of the 
decisions of the Supreme and Supe- 
rior Courts, from August 31, 1895, 
to August 30, 1890, per act of July 
3, 1895, per act June 24, 1895, P. L. 
214 $3,000 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



ASSISTANT STATE REPORTER. 

Salary from January, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, per section six, act June 
24, 1895, P. L. 214, 1,547 33 

For secretary, clerk hire and assist- 
ants in office, per acts of March 28, 
1889, and general appropriation act 
of July 3, 1895, . 3,158 33 



COMMISSIONERS OF SINKIX(J FUND. 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of the Com- 
raionwealth, salary from August 31, 

1895, to August 31, 1896, $300 00 

Amos H. Mylin, Auditor General, sal- 
ary' from August 31. 1S95, to Aug- 
ust 31, 1890, 300 00 

Benjamin J. Haywood, State Treas- 
urer, salary from February 29, 

1896, to November 30, 1896, 175 00 

Clerk to board of commissioners, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to No- 
vember 30, 1896, 1/J50 00 

S. M. Jackson, salary from August 31, 

1895. to May 4, 1896, 200 00 



BOARD OF PARDONS. 

Walter Lyon, Lieutenant Governor, 
salary from November 30, 1895, to 
November 30, 1896 |500 00 

Hourv' C. McCormick, Attorney Gen- 
eral, salary from August 31, 1895, 
to August 31, 1896, 500 00 

Fitink Reeder, Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, salary from August 31, 
1895, to August 31, 1896 500 00 

James W. Latta, Secretary of Internal 
Affairs, salary from November 30, 
1895, to November 30, 1896, 500 00 

Lewis E. Beitler, recorder, salary from 
November 30, 1895, to November 30, 
1S96, 500 00 



7,705 66 



2,225 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



Wilson M. Gearhart, clerk, salary 
from November 30, 1895, to Novem- 
ber 30, 1896, 5O0 00 

Guy Kress, messen<?er, salary from 
November 30, 1895, to November 30, 
1896, 400 00 

John Harner, tipstave, salary from 
November 30, 1895, to November 30, 
1896, '. 400 00 

Contingent expenses, 1,000 00 

4,800 00 

MEDICAL COUNOrL OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

James W. Latta, secretary and treas- 
urer, salary from February 29, 1896, 
to November 30, 1896, f 500 00 

James W. Latta, secretary and treas- 
urer, expenses, per act of May 18, 
1893, and general appropriation act, 
July 3, 1895, P. L. 563, 1,000 00 

1,500 00 

BOARD OF REVENUE COMMISSIONERS. 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of the Com- 
mjonwealth, salary as member of 
board, per act May 24, 1878, and 
general appropriation act, July 3, 
1895, from August 31, 1895, to Aug- 
ust 31, 1896, 1300 00 

Amos H. Mylin, Auditor General, sal- 
ary as member of board, per act May 
24, 1878, and general appropriation 
act, July 3, 1895, from August 31, 
1895, to August 31, 1896, 300 00 

Samuel M. Jackson, State Treasurer, 
salary as member of board, per act 
May 24, 1878, and general appro- 
priation act, July 3, 1895, from Aug- 
ust 31, 1895, to May 4, 1896 200 00 

Benjamin J. Haywood, State Treas- 
urer, salary as member of board, per 
act May 24, 1878, and general appro- 
priation act, July 3, 1895, from May 
4, 1896, to November 30, 1896, .... 175 00 

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Expendttureti of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

C. \V. Myers, clerk to board of revenue 

commissioners, 650 00 

Traveling expenses of clerk to board, . 21 00 

1,C4« 00 

BOARD OF ACCOUNT8. 

S. M. Jackson, State Treasurer, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to May 4, 
189C, ^f400 00 

Benjamin J. Haywood, State Treas- 
urer, salary from May 4, 1896, to 
November 30, 1896, 350 00 

Amos H. Mylin, Auditor General, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 600 00 

P. D. Bricker, clerk to board, salary 
from November 30, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 225 00 

1,575 00 

BOARD OP PUBLIC GROUNDS AND BUIfiDINGS. 

S. ;M. Jackson, State Treasurer, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to May 4, 
1896, 1400 00 

Benjamin J. Haywood, State Treas- 
urer, salary from May 4, 1896, to 
November 30, 1896 350 00 

Amos H. Mylin, Auditor General, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to August 
31. 1896 600 00 

John E. Stott, clerk to Board of Pub- 
lic Grounds and Buildings, salary 
from August 31, 1895, to November 

30, 1896, 375 00 

1,725 00 

BOARD OF PUBLIC CHARITIES. 

Cadw^alader Biddle, General .Agent 
and Secretary, salary from August 

31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, . . |3,000 00 

Henry M. Wetherill, Secretary of Com- 
mittee on Lunacy, salary from Aug- 
ust 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, . . . 3,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 8,550 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



BOARD OP PROPKRTY. 

James W. Latta, Secretairy of Internal 
Affairs, salary from November 30, 
1895, to November 30, 1896, f 600 00 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
Per act March 13, 1895, P. fi., page 17. 

Thomas J. Edge, Secretary of Agricul- 
ture, salary from August 31, 1895, 
to August 31, 1896, |3,500 00 

For analyzing fertilizers, \yer act of 

June 29, 1879, 10,500 00 

For special examination and ])aynient 
of experts, per section six, act March. 
13, 1895, P. L. page 17, and opinion 
of Deputy Attorney General Elkin, 
September 5, 1895, 3,000 00 

For exi>enses farmers' institutes, per 
section two, general appropriation 
act of July 3, 1895, 3,750 00 

For the enforcement of the act of eTime 
26, 1895, P. L. page 318, and the 
duties of the Dairy and Food C<mi- 
missioner, per general appropriation 
act of July 3, 1895, 3,000 00 

Clerk hire 20,232 10 

State Live Stock Sanitary Board, nec- 
essary expenses, 20,000 00 

Dairy and Food Commissioner, expen- 
ses of, 13,000 00 

Geo. T. Murray, shipping do<Miments,. 110 00 

For the State Ornithologist, in prepar- 
ing and riMioyating specimens of the 
Museum of Natural History, per sec- 
tion two, general appropriation act 
of Julv 3, 1895 500 00 

Contingent expenses, 3,750 00 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH AND VITAL STATISTICS. 

Benjamin Lee, Secretary, salary from 

August 31, 1805, to August 31, 1S06. *2,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 4,000 00 



600 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



H. Reeder Ferriday, shipping docu- 
ments, 130 00 



6,130 00 



8TATE QUARANTINE HOARD. 

Theodore B. Stulb, Health Officer, 

salary from August 31, 1895, to 

November 30, 1896, |6,250 00 

William J. Snyder, vessel permit 

clerk, salary from November 1, 

1895, to November 30, 1896, 1,300 00 

For the maintenance of State quar- 
antine station, including rent, of 

buildings and grounds, quarantine 

boat, erection of necessary building, 

etc., per act of July 3, 1895, 18,938 56 

Henry C. Boenning, M. D., quarantine 

physician, salary firom August 31, 

1895, to August 31, 1896, 5,000 00 

J. M. B. Wald, M. D., deputy quaran- 

antine physician, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, . . 2,000 00 
Alfred M. Seymour, M. D., deputy 

quarantine physician, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 2,000 00 

Health officer, contingent expenses, . . 1,125 00 



36,613 56 



PORT WARDEN, PHILADELPHIA. 

Christian K. Ross, Master Warden, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to Aug- 
ust 31, 1896, $2,500 00 



jOO 00 



HARBOR MASTER. 

Joseph H. Klemmer, hairbor master, 
salary from August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 1896, 12,500 00 

Salaries of deputies, messenger, engi- 
neer and fireman, per section two, , 
general appropriation act, July 3, 
1895, from November, 1895, to Octo- 
ber 31, 1896, 7,440 00 



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Expt^nditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Governmenl- 



Conlingent Expenses. 

Steam launch expenses, 855 25 

Office expenses, 488 00 

11,28a 25 

PUBLIC GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS. 

John 0. Delaney, Superintendent, sal- 
ary from August 31, 1895, to Aug- 
ust 31, 189C, 13,000 00 

Salaries of watchmen and employes 
from December 1, 1895, to November 

30, 1896, 12,499 92 

Contingent expenses, for keeping the 
public grounds* and buildings in 

order and for improvements, 12,500 00 

27,999 92 

CONTRACTS AND SCHEDULES— 1896, IS96. 

Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedicts, ?1,633 58 

Arthur A. Hodges, decorations, 31,908 33 

David Montgomery, 68 38 

Morse, Williams & Co., alterations to 

elevator, 388 00 

Joseph Goldsmith, repairs to furni- 
ture, 1,648 21 

P. H. Vaughn, 8,382 55 

Pennsylvania Construction C-ompany, . 9,974 41 

E. B. Reinholds, designs, etc., 410 55 

John H. Sanderson & Bro., furniture, 

etc., 60,224 28 

T. F. McFadden, tile work, 1,219 00 

S. T. Murray, carpenter work, etc., . . 1,716 64 

J. Wesley Xeill, plumbing, etc., 4,059 84 

Vulcanite Paving Company, grano- 
lithic pavement, 13,063 89 

Chas. H. Miller & Co., carpenter work, 

rose propagating house, 8,253 01 

M. G. Baker, painting, etc., 1,397 65 

Henrv' T. Coates & Co., books, 3,904 46 

W\ M. Donaldson, 3,868 37 

Detre & Blackburn, 4,186 43 

John Wanamaker, 10,195 60 

J^Mmundson & Perrine r»0 00 

Forney & Knouse, 446 07 

Strayer & Ryder, 7 S^^g.^,,, ,^ GoOgk 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Qovemnw'nl— Continued. 

Gimble Bros., 2,057 25 

HeiiTj Gilbert & »on's, 476 93 

D. L. Jauss & Co., 271 60 

A. W. MoCloy & Co., 102 70 

McCulloch & Denehey, 157 95 

John Jos. McVey, 611 50 

Geo. W. Milnor, 11,595 41 

H. S. Oves & Co., 399 62 

Robt. R. Jones, 1,259 60 

John E. Stott, secretary, repairs to 

fc^tate Arsenal, per general appro- 

. priation act July 3, 1895, 1,930 51 

Harrisburg Steam Heat and Power 
Company, heat furnished several de- 
partments, 10,394 40 

Harrisburg Electric Light Company, 
light furnished the several depart- 
ments, 24,344 74 

AVater department, city of Harrisburg, 1,000 00 
Harrisburg Cycle and Typewriter 

Company, 1,303 72 

John P. Gohl, painting, 631 25 

A. B. Tack, 708 37 

Joseph Pyne, clock, 1,924 55 

James Douglass, 85 00 

Farrel Safe Works, 105 00 

Stiffel & Freeman, 937 50 

E. T. Oswald, carpenter, contract,... 450 00 

David Slaughter, 25 00 

John C. Householder, labor and mate- 
rial 113 00 

American Telephone and Telegraph 

Company, 1,800 00 

J. D. Brenneman, 802 13 

Holmes & McKibbin, 1,232 80 

Luther R. Kelker " 135 00 

Clias. A. Miller & Co 80 36 

Pennsylvania Telephone Company,. . . 687 50 

Roberts & Meek, 5 07 

^ Shuman Bros., 48 51 

' Witman, Sehwarz & Co., 20 40 

H. H. Kelley 5 95 

Edmund Mather, 1,400 00 



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Exi-endlture? cf the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— r'ontlnued. 



RECAPITULATION. 

iSiiperintendent, $27,999 92 

Contracts, ^tc, 1895 and 189G, 228,357 62 

25(),357 54 

STATIONERY AND SUPPLIES. 

Stationery: 

W. M. Donaldson $3,808 37 

Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, . . 1,633 58 

A, W. McClay & Co., 102 70 

Mci^nlloch & Denehey, 157 95 

5,762 60 

INSPECTION AND SUPERVISION OF COAL MINES. 
Anthracite Districts. 

First. Edward Roderick, in- 
spector, Hillary from Aug- 
ust 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1S96, $3,000 00 

OflBce rent and incidental 
expenses, from August 
31, IStC), to August 31, 
1896 648 60 

3,648 60 

Second, l^atrick Blewitt, in- 

spc^ctor, salary from Aug- 
ust 31, 1895. to October 

29, 1896 $3,486 25 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from August 
31, 1895, to October 29, 
1896 809 14 

4,295 39 

Third. II. McDonald, in- 
spector, salary from Aug- 
ust 31, 1895, to August 

31, 1S96 $3,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from August 
31, 1S95, to August 31, 

1896 502 12 

3,502 12 



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Fourth. G. M. Williams, in- 
spector, salary from Aug- 
ust 31, 1895,to September 
7, 1896, 13,541 08 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from August 
31, 1895, to September 
7, 1896, 499 01 

4,040 09 

FWth. John M. Lewis, in- 
spector, salary to Sep- 
tember 6, 1895, f48 91 

Fifth. Jas. E. Roderick, in- 
spector, salary from Sep- 
tember 7, 1895, to Sep- 
tember 16, 1896, 3,084 42 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from August 
31, 1895, to September 
16, 1896, 649 43 

3,782 7() 

Sixth. William Stein, in- 
spector, salary from Aug- 
ust 31, 1895, to August 

31, 1896, 13,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from August 
31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896 452 96 

3,452 96 

Seventh. Edward Brennan, 

inspector, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to Aug- 
ust 31, 1896, f3,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from August 
31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896 375 92 

3,375 92 

Eight. John McGuire, in- 
spector, salary from Aug- 
ust 31, 1895, to August 

31, 1896, ; 13,000 00 



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Office rent and incidental 
exi)enses, from August 
31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, 533 G7 



Bituminous Districts. 

First. Henry Loutitt, in- 
spector, salary from No- 
vember 15, 1895, to No- 
vember 15, 1896, 13,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from November 
15, 1895, to November 15, 
1896, 273 88 

Second. William Jenkins, in- 
spector, salary from No- 
vember 15, 1895, to No- 
v(^mber 15, 1896, |3,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from Novemt)er 
15, 1895, to November 15, 
1896, 247 78 

Tliird. Thos. K. Adams, in- 
spector, salary from No- 
vember 15, 1895, to No- 
vember 15, 1896, ?3,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from November 
15. 1895, to November 15, 
1896, 266 48 

Fourth. James N. Patter- 
son, inspector, salary 
from August 15, 1895, to 
Novf^mber 15, 1896, $3,750 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from November 
15, 1895, to November 15, 
1896 583 60 



3,533 67 
|29,63L 51 



3,273 88 



3,247 78 



3,266 48 



4,333 60 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



Fifth. Chas. Connor, in- 
spector, salary from No- 
vember 15, 1895, to No- 
vember 15, 1896, 13,000 00 

OflSce rent and incidental 
expenses, from November 
15, 1895, to November 15, 
1896, 402 85 



3,402 85 



Sixth. J. T. Evans, in- 
spector, salary from No- 
vember 15, 1895, to No- 
vember 15, 1896, $3,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expanses, from November 
15, 1895, to November 15, 
1896, 391 53 



3,391 53 



Seventh. James Blick, in- 
spector, salary from No- 
vember 15, 1895, to No- 
vember 15, 1896, 13,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from November 
15, 1895, to November 15, 
1896, 237 55 



3,237 55 



Eighth. Joseph Knapper, in- 
spector, salary from No- 
vember 15, 1895, to No- 
vember 15, 1896, $3,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from November 
15, 1895, to November 15, 
1896, 376 24 



3,376 24 



Ninth. BernaM Callaghan, 
inspector, salary from No- 
vember 15, 1895, to No- 
vember 15, 1896, $3,000 00 



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ESxpenditures of the Commoowealth. Ehcpenaes of Oovemment— Continued. 



Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from November 
15, 1895, to November 15, 
1896, 303 99 



Tenth. Roger Haupsom, in- 
sx)ector, salary from No- 
vember 15, 1895, to No- 
vember 15, 1896, 13,000 00 

Office rent and incidental 
expenses, from November 
15, 1895, to November 15, 
1896, 493 13 



3,303 99 



3,493 13 
134,327 08 



COMPENSATION AND TRAVELING EXPENSES OP EX- 
AMINERS OF CANDIDATES FOR MINE FOREMEN. 

Anthracite Distrlcta. 
Second — ^Benjamin Grif- 



flths, 


|18 00 




Philip Muldering, 


18 60 




Jamefi Young, 


18 60 


55 20 


Third — John S. Campbell, 


t63 00 


S. B. Bennett, 


60 00 




Howell Williams,.. 


60 00 




Hugh McDonald, . . 


4 10 


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John McDonald, . . 


60 00 


247 10 


Fourth — Andrew McGee- 




han, 


160 00 




Edward Mackin,.. 


60 00 




W. W. Jones, .... 


60 00 




G. M. Williams,.. 


4 75 




Mark Chessny, . . . 


62 70 


247 AH 


Fifth^James E. Roderick,. 


f80 90 




Robert Monroe, 


60 00 




A. C. Leisenring, . . . 


72 20 




James O'Hara, 


60 00 




Wm. R. Jones, 


204 00 




John W. Berry, 


219 90 




Anthony Reilly, 


265 00 


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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

Allen Moffat, 219 90 

Elmer H.Lawall,... 273 51 
David Cottle, 210 00 

1,665 41 

Sixth— William Stein, .... ?10 28 

Sarah Stein, 60 00 

Wm. H. Lewis, ... 69 60 

Frank Wil»on, .... 69 60 

Michael J. Brennan, 70 80 

280 28 

Seventh— John O'Keefe,. . . }61 00 

Adam Boehman,. 62 50 

Robert Muir, . . . 62 50 

Andrew Roben- 
son, 60 00 

246 00 

Eighth— John Maguire, ... $9 62 

Thomas Holihan,, 47 85 

David Tiilker, 48 25 

Thomas Doyle, ... 42 25 

147 97 

$2,889 41 

COMPENSATION AND MILEAGE OP HOARD TO EX- 
AMINE CANDIDATES FOR MINE FOREMEN. 

Bituminous Districts. 

Second — John R. Jones, ... $60 00 

H. O. Prytherch, 48 00 

P. H. Salmon, ... 63 00 

171 00 

Third— Thomas K. Adams, ?13 21 

Robert B. Snedden, 72 60 

James A. Spears,. . 72 00 

157 81 

Fourth— James C. Hadley, . ?136 10 
George L. Miller,. 128 30 
James N. Patter- 
son, 32 00 

296 40 

Sixth— Joseph Patterson,. . $82 14 

John Donaldson, . . 80 94 

J. T. Evans, 17 65 

180 73 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



COMPENSATION, MILEAGE AND EXPENSES OF MEM- 
BERS OF BOARD TO EXAMINE CANDIDATES FOR 
MINE BOSS. 

Bituminous Districts. 

Second— William Severn,.. }91 52 

Robert Ramsey, . . 83 60 

Robert Ramsey, 

secretary, 19 41 

194 53 

Fifth— Harry Whyel, }104 20 

C. B. Ross, 104 20 

Charles Ck)nnor, 24 96 

233 36 

Seventh— Roger Hartley,.. |106 84 

106 84 

Eighth— E. F. Townsend,. . }74 57 

A. S. R. Richards,. 60 24 

134 81 

Ninth— John Stevenson,. . . |115 50 

Bernard Callaghan, 25 89 

R. O. Thomas, 118 14 

259 53 

Tenth— John Morris, }100 46 

T. A. Jones, 100 28 

200 74 

11,129 81 

COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES OP BOARD TO EX- 
AMINE CANDIDATES FOR THE OFFICK OF MINE 
INSPECTOR. Per Act June 2, 1391, and General Appropria- 
tion Act of 1895. 

Anthracite District 

First— John W. Berry, ... }83 18 

Andrew Allen, 187 75 

Peter Flannelly, 198 60 

Emil Brown, 186 00 

John F. Snyder, ... 253 61 

Martin Miller, 186 70 

Vaughan Richards,. 188 80 

1,284 64 

COMPENSATION AND MILEAGE OF BOARD TO EX- 
AMINE CANDIDATES FOR MINE FOREMAN AND 
FIKE BOSS, Per Acts of 1885 and 1895. 

Bituminous District. 

Eight — Joseph Knapper, 57 65 

|57 65 

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"PSxpendltures of the Commonwealth- Expenses of Government — Continued. 



ADVERTISING. 

Proposals for Furnishing Stationery and Other Supplies for the 
use of the Legislature and the SeveraJ Departments of the 
State Government for the Year Ending First Monday in 
June, 1887, Per Acts 1874 and 1895. 

Public Ledger, |54 00 

The Dispatch Publishing Company, . . 194 60 

The Ne^'s, 199 50 

Harrisburg Telegraph, 129 60 

The Evening Telegi-ap'h, Philadelphia, 159 60 

The Examiner^ Lancaster, 58 27 

The Patriot Company, 119 70 

The Philadelphia Inquirer, 159 60 

Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette, 101 98 

Pittsburgh Times, 87 78 

Press Company 159 60 

Scranton Truth, 79 80 

Tribune Publishing Company, 79 80 



Publication of the decisions of the 
Superior Court of Pennsylvania, 

act of 1895, 301 92 

Publishing StatAment of Moneys in the General Revenue Fund 
November, 1895, to November, 1896. 

Tt^legraph, Harrisburg, f 349 00 

Patriot, Harrisburg, 180 20 

Morning Call, Harrisburg, 81 40 

Evening News, Harrisburg, 65 60 



1,583 83 



676 20 



Jf2,561 95 
MERCANTILE APPRAISERS' MILEAGE. 

Adams county, E. P. Sachs, 1896, . . |17 76 

Allegheny county, Wm. J/ Dithrich, 
year 1895, |150.00; John P. Moore, 

year 1896, fl68.00 318 00" 

Armstrong county, W. K. Craig, 1895, 

178.00; T. H. Ambrose, 1896, *47.40, 125 40 

Beaver county, Jos. A. Nelson, 1896, . . 27 00 

Bedford county, I. M. Fink, 1896, . . 18 78 

Berks county, Peter H. Nabb, 1896, . . 108 00 

Bradford county, E. H. Capurell, 1896, 36 00 

Butler county, Theodore P. Kelly, 

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Cambria county, E. P. Baker, 1896, . . 52 80 

Centre county, W. W. Geiss, 1896,.. 31 14 

Chester county, John S. Younj?, 1896, 72 00 

Clarion county, W. C. Neil, 1896, .... 15 18 
Clearfield county, George M. Huston, 

1896, .' 53 88 

Clinton county, Orrin T. Ncible, 1896, 19 20 

Columbia county, W. A. Butt, 1896, . . 22 50 

Crawford county, Jas. M. Boyd, 1896, 84 00 
Cumberland county, C. E. Boetz, 

1896, 66 00 

Dauphin county, D. D. Helt, 1896, . . 65 22 
Delaware county, William Dolton, Sr., 

1896 90 00 

Elk county, N. Kronewether, 1895, 

171.70; William Young, 1896, 157.60, 129 30 

Erie county, T. W. Pope, 1895, 34 (52 

Fayette county, Henry Marshall, 

1896 ! 41 82 

Forest county, J. H. Allison, 1896, . . 12 48 

Franklin county. Van T. Graham, 1896, 28 6? 
Fulton county, W. C. Beck, 1895, 

113.98; H. R. Ixu^ker, 1896, ?11.70 2.") 08 

Greene county, A. C. Myers, 1896, . . 14 28 
Huntingdon county, Zac. Kentley, 

1896, 61 32 

Indiana county, I. S. Widowson, 

1896, 28 26 

Jefferson county, F. M. Bowman,1896, 24 00 

Juniata county, W. V. Sihirk, 1896, . . 9 24 
Lackawanna county, C. M. S'ti'eeter, 

1806, 70 00 

Lancaster county, I. Y. Sollenber^j^er, 

1896 166 20 

Lawrence county, S. Sharp, 1896, 26 76 

Lebanon county, Jacob H. Light, 1806, 30 12 
Lehigh county, H. B. Knappenberger, 

1805 78 66 

Luzeru(^ county, John S. Jacobs, 1895, 78 00 
Lycoming county, W, P. Robinson, 

1895. 150.88; O. P. Nicely, 1896, 

?46.50, 97 38 



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Expenditures of the Com mem wealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

^IcKean county, John Hungerford, 

1895, 136.00; R. T. Lain, 1896, 133.60, 69 60 

Mercer county, J. W. Johnston, 1895, 
149.74; R. B. Buchanan, 1896, 
130.00, 79 74 

Mifflin county, S. S. Sigler, 1896, .... 9 48 

Monroe county, Samuel T. Smith, 

1896, 20 34 

Montgomery county, Harrison Wood- 
ward, 1896, 99 00 

Montour county, A. L. Heddins, 1896, 4 56 

Northampton county, Ediward Mc- 
Caffrey, 1896, o5 68 

Northumberland county, William F. 
Burkhardt, 37 74 

Philadelphia county, William Hark- 
ness, 1895, |26.79; Joihn P. Harlan, 

1895, 143.50; George L. Horn, 1895, 
$45.00; John P. Nicholson, 1895, 
$40.50; Fletcher Qotnrad, 1895, 

$33.75, ■ 189 54 

Pike county, John A. Fisher, 1896, . . 23 40 

Potter county, E. B. Yarger, 30 00 

Schuylkill countj^ J^ D. Kersehner, 

1896, 78 00 

Snyd-er county, John F. Zachman, 

1896, 8 40 

Somerset county, J. J. Cook, 1896, ... 30 00 

Sullivan county, Patrick Bowles, 1896, 14 04 
Susquehanna county, W. H. Lerk, 

1896, 40 80 

Tioga county, C. M. W'ashburn, 1896, 33 00 
Union county, A. W. Johnson, 1895, 

$9.30; David Glase, 1896, $8.82, .... 18 12 
Washington county, G. W. Dickey, 

1896, 60 00 

Wayne county, R. F. Warg, 1896, 54 00 

Wyoming county, James L. Bunnell, 

1896, 15 12 

York county, David E. Bentzel, 1896, 77 40 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Bxpenses of Oovem men t— Continued. 
COSTS IN SUITS AGAINST DELINQUENT DEALERS. 

Adama county — George M. Walker, justice of the 

peace, |7 iJO 

Allegheny county — 

M. J. Raiferty, alderman, 1895, . . |12 65 

John Gripp, alderman, 1895, 24 75 

David Davis, Jr., alderman, 1895, 6 60 

William T. Dart, alderman, 1895, 18 25 
J. H. Graham, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 4 10 

Miles Bryan, justice of the peace, 

1895, ! . . . 22 75 

Frank J. Shellnian, aldennan, 

1895, 13 80 

D. M. :McKelvey, alderman, 1895, 8 75 
Thomas J. Parkinson, alderman, 

1895, 10 45 

John B. Holmes, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 29 25 

Peter Bolster, alderman, 1895,.. 6 65 

G. B. MacNulty, aldennan, 1895, . 121 70 

D. McKelvey, alderman, 1895, ... 144 45 

Peter Bolster, alderman, 1895, ... 17 00 

N. G. Clark, aldennan, 1895, ... .53 20 

John T. McAuley, alderman, 1895, 51 20 
A. W. MacMillan, justice of the 

peace, 6 80 

R. S. P. McOall, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 23 10 

J. J. Mayer, justice of the peace, 

1895, ^ 17 35 

J, A. Mellinger, alderman, 1895, . . 32 50 
R. H. Roach, justice of the peace, 

1895, 5 55 

W. H. Semmons, alderman, 1895, 29 20 
John P. Moore, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 11 60 

Jame« V. MacMasters, alderman, 

1895, 30 60 

John F. McAuley, alderman, 

1895, 10 75 

C. F. Anderson, alderman, 1895,. . 9 00 



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10 75 


8 60 


24 35 


2 15 


6 50 


4 85 



47 


75 


66 


00 


16 30 


2 


30 



George W. Leadbeater, justice of 

the peace, 1895, 10 95 

John E. Rheam, Jr., justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

A. J. E. Means, alderman, 1895, . . 
David J McGarey, alderman, 

1895, 

S. J. Toole, alderman, 1895, 

John Bums, alderman, 1895, .... 

P. M. King, alderman, 1895, 

Charlies Schuler, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 7 25 

Fred W. Edwards, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

Adam Stork, alderman, 1895, .... 
Samuel T. Richards, alderman, 

1895, 

Jacob Saffel, alderman, 1895, .... 
Williajn B. Kinker, alderman, 

1895 17 10 

Lew F. Holtzman, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 12 25 

Samuel T. Kerr, alderman, 1895, . 11 40 

John J. Walker, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 20 06 

Joseph L. Campbell, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

E. C. Neyley, alderman, 1895, 

Walter Wadsworth, alderman, 

1895, 

G. B. McNulty, alderman, 1895, . . 
Walter Wadsworth, alderman, 

1895, 

J. W. McCreedy, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

Charles Kaltenhausen, alderman, 

1895, 

R. B. Culbertson, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

Charles C. Succap, alderman, 1895, 
John Johnston, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

A. H. Leslie, alderman, 1895, 



23 75 


6 25 


11 10 


9 25 


44 90 


13 00 


13 00 


16 65 


11 20 


5 55 


14 00 


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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Oovemment-<^n.tinued. 



George Regelman, alderman^ 

1895, 

David Davis, Jr., justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

Charles A. Wilhelm, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

James Smith, justice of the peace, 

1895, 



5 75 
8 70 

5 10 

6 95 



Armstrong county — H. Greeley Oswald, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

Beaver county — D. Singleton, justice of the peace, 

1895, 

Bedford county — A. C. Davidson, justice of the peace, 

1895, 

Berks county 

William F. Weber, alderman, 

1895, ?40 48 

A. H. Fegeley, alderman, 1895, ... 36 46 

C. A. Griesmer, alderman, 1895, . . 12 15 

M. y. Eby, aldennan, 1895, 28 91 



Blair county — 

W, F. Taylor, justice of the peace, 

1895, 117 75 

W. H. Stephens, alderman, 1895, 12 25 

Charles J. Mann, alderman, 1895, 11 95 

J. B. Raymond, alderman, 1895,. . 10 50 

B. F. Rose, alderman, 1895, 53 00 

C. G. I^wry, alderman, 1895, 20 30 



Bradford county — John A. Codding, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 

Bucks county — 

Noah K. Stear, justice of the 

peaciN 1895, ?55 40 

William Lauderbaugh, justice of 

the peace, 1895, 34 75 

Charles Albright, justice of the 
peace, 1895, 28 20 



Butler county — R. S. MoAloy, alderman, 1895, 

Cambria county — Richard Jones, justice of the peace, 



180ri 



11,185 71 

150 40 

56 28 

8 05 



118 00 



125 75 
104 40 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 



Carbon county — Samuel K. Jones, alderman, 3 65 

Centre county — .J. M. Keichlin, justice of the i)eace, 

1895, .... 1! , 4 (50 

Chester county — 

S. B. Russell, justice of the peace, 

1895, J18 G5 

George G. Moyer, justice of the 

pea<>e, 1895, 10 87 

Alfred Rupert, justice of the 

peace, 1895 11 12 

Davis Gill, justice of the peace, 

1895, 12 30 

J. H. Johnson, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 6 93 

C. H. Howell, justice of the peace, 

1895, 8 93 



Clearfield county — 

John C. Barclay, justice of the 

peace, 1895 $471 00 

L. K. McColIough, justice of the 

peace, 1895 507 35 



Clinton county — 

James Parsons, alderman, 1895, $2 25 

John W Harris, alderman, 1895, 19 08 



Columbia county — 

Guy Jacoby, justic^e of the peace, 

1895, »21 85 

A. G. Owens, alderman, 1895, ... 10 00 



Crawford county — 

James Kepler, justice of the 

peace, 1895 f 50 80 

Reuben E. Taft, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 15 40 

C. S. Glenn, justice of the peace, 

1895, 2 90 

William Pentz, justice of the 

peace, 1895 22 85 

Sebastian Haehn, alderman, 1895, 19 80 



74 80 



978 35 



21 33 



38 45 



117 55 



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Cumberland county — 

J, G. Paber, justice of the peace, 

1895, »270 

John C. Lesher, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 6 95 

S. B. Franklin, justice of the 

peace, 1895, ' 36 10 

45 75 

Dauphin county — J. B. Nicholas, 691 80 

Delaware county — 

N. W. Garviue, alderman, 1895,. . f208 29 

J. L Hare, juscice of tne peace, 

1895, 35 08 

Thomas H. Berry, alderman, 1895, 140 95 

Thomas H. Spackman, alderman, 
1895, 113 52 

535 84 

Elk county— Rufus Lucore, justice of the peace, 1895, 15 30 

Erie county — 

r. Deifenbaclu alderman, 1895, . . |62 63 

Albert Doerr, alderman, 1895, . . 17 50 

C. Swalley, alderman, 1895, 23 30 

Jacob E. Swap, alderman, 1895, . 20 40 

123 83 

Fayette county — 

William H. Miller, justice of the 

peace, 1895 JU 74 

John N. Dawson, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 42 39 

54 18 

Forest county — S. J. Sebley, justice of the peace, 

1895 ! 1 35 80 

Franklin county — John A. Seiders, justice of the 



peace, 1895 



7 25 

Huntingdon county — L. E. Edwards, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 27 63 

Jefferson county — 

W. W. Crissman, justice of the 

peace, 1805 f 21 90 

J. R. Tx)wry, justice of the peace, 

1895, ../ 15 10 

Albert Baur, justice of the peace, 

1895 7 77 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Goverament— Continued. 



K. H. Whitehill, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 5 30 

Ira Pelt, justice of !the peace, 

1895, 8 30 

Thomas Keys, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 13 90 

John M. Hays, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 6 75 



79 02 

Juniata county — George W. Wilson, justice of the 

peace, 1895, i:{ 00 

Laekawanua county — 
P. J. McNally, justice of the peace, 

1895, $3 20 

W. P. Griffiths, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 7 25 

C. C. Donovan, alderman, 1895, . . 168 60 



179 05 

Lancaster county— Jacob Halbaich, alderman, 281 10 

Lawrence county— R. g. Breckinridge, alderman, 1896, 38 25 

Lebanon county — 

B. C. Smith, alderman, 1895, . . . f 41 20 

George W. Kreider, alderman, 

1895, 19 72 



Lehigh county — 

Walter L. Jones, alderman, 1895, 
J. K. P. Fenner, justice of the 
peace, 1895, 

Luzerne county — 

B. R Marshall, alderman, 1895.. . 
John Schutter, alderman, 1895, . . 
O. O. Stroh, justice of the peace, 

1895, 

H. A. Buehman, alderman, 1895, . 
J. H. Ehret, justice of the peace, 

1895, 

E. H. Kulp, justice of the peace, 

1895, 

R. 0. Matiska, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 



151 50 


21 20 


153 76 


21 91 


10 50 


25 60 


29 40 


81 40 


16 50 


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Expenoltures of the Commonwealth Expenses of Government— Continued. 

Samuel Powell, justice of the 

peace, ls95, 19 85 

James J. Thomas, aldennan, 1895, 126 60 

385 52 

Lycoming county — 

T. F. Gahan, alderman, 1895, fl9 20 

G. I. Bevier, aldennan, 1895 58 40 

E. W. Batzle, alderman, 1895, 41 05 

J. P. Finley, alderman, 1895, .... 17 05 
Joseph A. (xilmore, alderman, 

1895, 13 50 

Simon Yeager, alderman, 1895,.. 20 00 

169 80 

McKean county — 

B. L. Xapp, justice of the peace, 

1895 $2 35 

F. F. Brown, justice of the peace, 

1895 7 95 

J. S. Barlow, alderman, 1895, ' 7 70 

18 00 

MercfM' county — P. E. Shipler, justice of the peace, 

1895, 115 00 

Mifflin county — R. W. Patton, justice of the peace, 

1895 20 05 

MonrcM^ county — W. B. Eilenberger, justice of the 

peace, 1895 9 10 

^lontj]:(;niery county — O. N. rmor, justice of the 

l)ea(*e. 1895 113 20 

Northampton county — 

T. O. Fradeneeke, justice of the 

peace, 1895, |17 07 

Henry Kraurkapp, justice of the 

peace, 1895 36 74 

John l^ibb^^rs, alderman, 1895,... 27 95 

Thomas Fenicle, alderman, 1895,. 29 55 

Jene T. 8nydi^r, alderman, 1895,. . 238 60 

349 91 

Northumberland county — F. M. Rowe, justice of the 

peace, 1895 106 60 

Perry county — J. A. McGroskey, justice of the peace, 

1895 1 41 

Pittsburg city — 

James V. McMastere. alderman, 
1895, 1116 70 

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ExpencHtures of the Common-wealth. Expenses of Govern ment—Contlnued. 



Charles Kallenhauser, aldenuan, 

1895, 63 10 

Charles F. Anderson, alderman, 

1895, 69 95 

John L. Moore, alderman, 1895, . . S 10 

Daniel J. MoGarey, alderman, 

1895, 70 90 

John Caldwell, alderman, 1895,— 40 50 

A. J. C. Means, alderman, 1895,. . 40 30 

Samuel T. Richards, alderaian, 

1895, 65 75 

Richard S. Haughton, alderman, 

1895, 

A. H. Leslie, alderman, 1895 

Samuel I. Kerr, alderman, 1895,. . 

S. J. Toole, alderman, 1895, 

Thomas J. Parkinson, alderman, 

1895, 

M. J. Raflferty, alderman, 1895, . . 

John Gripp, aldennan, 1895, 

Georgci Regelman, alderman, 1895, 
E. C. Negley, alderman, 1895,. . 
Henry Egnon, aldemnan, 1895, . 
Charles E. 8uccop, alderman, 

1895, 

Jacob Soffel, alderman, 1895, . . 
Thomas Edgar, alderman, 1895, 

1,121 90 
Philadelphia city and county — 

W. L. Koohersi>erger, magistrate, 

1895 

Janu^ E. Romig, magistrate. 1895, 
Hampton S. Thomas, magistrate, 

1895, 
A. P. Pullinger, magistrate, 1895, 
J. M. R. Jei-mon, magistrate, 1895, 
J. M. R. Jermon, magistrate. 1895, 
Horatio R. Holkebt, magistrate, 

1895, 
John R. Lukens, magistrate, 1895, 
James T. Xeall, magistrate, 1895, 
C. M. Smith, magistrate, 1895, 



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30 80 


30 40 


45 80 


50 05 


135 90 


87 50 


37 85 


57 80 


66 05 


40 45 


27 10 


15 15 


fll7 55 


149 65 


77 30 


128 10 


240 05 


124 40 


98 10 


48 00 


112 48 


77 90 


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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government— Continued. 

I. H. Smith, magistrate, 1895, ... 98 40 

T. W. South, magistrate, 1895, ... 47 00 

1,318 93 

Pike county — Jacob Klaer, justice of the peace, 1895, 10 66 

Potter county — William Shear, justice of the peace, 

1895, 50 65 

Schuylkill county — 

C. W. Dingier, justice of the 

peace, 1895, f 7 32 

John W. Conrad, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 2 84 

M. J. Lawler, justice of the peace, 

1895, 33 35 

H. B. Johnson, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 6 75 

C. K. Taylor, justice of the peace, 

1895, 10 GO 

Isaac Morgan, justice of the peace, 

1895, 11 17 

F. R. Kastner, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 8 30 

A. W. Hicks, justice of the iK?acp, 

1895, .../, 8 84 

W. H. Shoemalcer, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 5 43 

94 60 

Scranton city — 

W. S. Miller, alderman, 1895, .... f93 70 

O. B. Wright, alderman, 1895, ... 12 60 

0. D. John, alderman, 1895 35 60 

L. N. Roberts, alderman, 1895, ... 28 00 

1. L. Post, alderman, 1895, 1 70 

C. C. Donovan, aldennan, 1895, . . 21 25 

192 85 

Somerset county — Oliver Knepper, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 12 88 

Sullivan county— J .W. Rogers, justice of the peace, 

1895, 4 35 

Susquehanna county — John S. Rourbright, justice of 

peace, 1895, 178 15 

Tioga county — R. K. Young, justice of the peace, 

1^95, 11 14 



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Kxpenditures of the Commonwealth. Bxpenises of Ooremm^nt— Continued. 

Venango county — 

John Afboord, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 123 82 

William M. Williama, justice of 

the peace, 1895, 33 42 

57 24 

Warren county- — H. S. Perry, justice of the peace, 

1895, 48 40 

Washington county — Edward H. Prowitt, justice of 

the peace, 1895, 148 00 

Wayne countj'^ — Robert A. Smitli, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 4 80 

Westmoreland county — . . 

J. C. Frederick, justice of the 

peace, 1895, f217 29 

W. C. Loor, justice of the peace, 

1895, 188 77 

J. C. Reinsburg, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 22 64 

428 70 

Wyoming county — Francis F. Drake, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 5 45 

York county — 

James S. Bayley, alderman, 1895, |29 02 

C. F. Ket^ch, alderman, 1895, 13 95 

A. D. Thompson, alderman, 1895, 13 50 

Frank Zinn, alderman, 1895,... 13 75 

William Platts, alderman, 1895,. . 3 80 

Edward Heeb, alderman, 1895,.. 5 30 

J. A. Wilhelm, alderman, 1895,. . 17 40 
John S. Trone, justice of the 

peace, 1895, 23 45 

Jacob Stayer, alderman, 1895,... 21 30 



COMMISSIONS. 
Investig^tlDg. 
John n. Myert;, sergoant-at-arms, for 
pa3'ment of servicos to the joint com- 
mittee to investigate State printing, 
section 27, general api»ropriation act 
C'f 1893, 1330 94 



141 47 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government — Continued. 
To Compute and Publisb the Vote of State Treaiiurer, November 

H. K Cochran f 64 00 

N. W: Criu-Jifirld 60 00 

W. M. Culb(M'rsi,:ii, 60 00 

A. V/. MilJ(»isi'n 55 00 

O. r. Saiideis.. 55 00 

B. W. Damblv, 55 00 

H. G. Stiles 55 00 

H. J. Wallcn 55 00 

^v^ H. Younjr, 53 oo 

el. B. Herzojr 53 00 

S. J. M. MeCarrell, 50 00 

W. M. G(»arhard 50 00 

W. Harry Bakej- 20 00 

Georf^'o E. (;o(>pc'r 20 00 

E, J. Stackpole 20 00 

Clarence Seller, 10 00 



735 00 



To select a site and build an asylum for the ohronic 
insane of the State, purchase of land and' erection 
of buildings, per act of June 22, 1895, 16,489 27 

To select a site and build an institutioni for the feeble 
minded children of Western Pennsylvania, per act 
of January 6, 1895, 171,050 83 

H. M. M. Richards, expenses as Commissioner, ap- 
pointed to make inquiry and eocamination as to 
forts erected prior to 1783, a® a defense against 
Indians, act May 23, 1893 23 11 

Henry D. Green, member of the special committe to 
examine claims of mechanics and material, men 
for work done at chronic insane asylum tit Werners- 
\ille, Pa., section 39, G. A. act J132 00 

E. i). Beidelman 15 OC 

' 147 00 



D. Smith Talbot, chairman, expenses of election com- 
mittee of the House of Representatives, act of 
1895, 1,400 00 

Alexander K. Pedrick, editing, et>iui)iling, pi-ci >f-read- 
ing, c(>i)ying, indexing and obtaining the financial 
and historical <la1a to ascertain coU and to C(n]irlc» 
the laws governing the benevolent, charitable 
and rel\)rni»itiiiy iu.stilnnon.r (f IVnnsylvania, act 
lS9o, P. L. ^i'27... ! 2,500 00 



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Kxpenditures cf the Commonwealth. Expenses of Government — Continued. 

Itenjamin K. Focbl, eliairman, expenses of joint com- 
mitteff of the Hou^e and Senate, to investi'fjaitp the 
number of unnaturalized persons in the charitable 
institutions of the State, 2,000 00 

Charles R Buekalew, for promotion of uniformity 
of leuislation, acts oF 1SJ)1 and 18!^ 4(> 05 

Commission for the compilation of the laws of Penii- 

sylvjinia T»ri(»r to IHOO. pj r act of 18<m 4,500 00 

Board of Commissioners of the Fisher- 
ies, for the ppc'[>agation and protec- 
tion of fish, and the employment of 
water bailiffs, per acts of June 20, 
1801, and 1805: 
Hatching and propagating fish, . . fl7,500 00 

Salaries of water bailiffs, 5,000 00 

22,500 00 



$221,722 80 



COUNSEL FEES AND COSTS IN COMMONWEALTH 
CASES. 



Attorneys* Fees. 

Humes & Thomas, for professional ser- 
vices before auditor in assigned es- 
tate of G. W. Delamater, from Au- 
gust 15, 1895, to November 15, 1895, 
per act of 1861 f 175 00 

H. H. Zeigler, attorney, professional 
services in case of Comm>cnwealth 
vs. Bran ton H. Henderson's estate, 
Mercer county, collection of collat- 
eral inheritan<*e tax 1,500 00 

Robert S.Frazer, professional services 
in mercantile tax cas<^s 100 00 

Brown & Hensel, professional services 
collecting collateral inheritance tax 
from the estate of Walter J. Ooyle, 
deceased 189 60 

James A. Stranahan, professional ser- 
vices ULder the provisions of act of 
April 17,1861 1,000 00 

William P. Schell, Jr., for ser- 
vices as attorney in the collection 
of delinquent taxes, etc., as per 
agreement, dated December 26,1878, 2,000 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Loan-t. 

George B. Schock, legal services, col- 
lecting capital stock tax for year 
1892, Commonwealth vs. Lebanon 

Brewing Compan}-, 50 00 

5,014 60 



$2,128,466 70 
2. LOANS. 

LOANS REDEEMED. 

4 per cent, loan of April 1, 1879, |1,000 00 

INTEREST 

Due on public debt, 238,351 50 

EXPENSES. 

The Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of 
Philadelphia, year ending November 
30, 1895, act 1895, 6,000 00 

RELIEF NOTES REDEEMED. 

Lancaster Bank, 4 00 



RECAPITULATION. 

Redeemed, |1,000 00 

Interest, 238,351 50 

Expenses, 6,004 00 



3. OaEEJAND TREATMENT OF THE INDIGENT 

INSANE. 

Harrisburg — ^Pennsylvania State Lu- 
natic Hospital, payments from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 
per act of 1895 f 111,274 22 

Danville — State Hospital for the In- 
sane, payments (from August 31, 
1895, to August 31, 1896, per act of 
1895, 104,598 79 

Warren — State Hospital for the In- 
sane, payments, from August 31, 
1895, to August 31, 1896, per act of 
1895, 82,077 82 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Penitentiaries. 

Claremont — ^Alleghonj City Home and 
Hospital, from May 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896 14,166 71 

Philadelphia Hospital for the Insane, 
from June 26, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, 37,615 95 

Lancaster County Hospital for the In- 
sane, from May 31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, ,... 4,272 79 

Pittsburgh City Home for the Insane, 
maintenance, Marshalsea, Pa., from 
May 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, . . 19,461 25 

Norristown — State Hospital for the 
Insane for the Southeastern district 
of Pennsylvania, payments from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 
per act of July 31, 1895, P. L. 448, . . 127,527 04 

Clark's Summit — Hillside Home Hos- 
pital, from June 26, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 17,910 65 

Dixraont — ^^Vestern Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital for the Insane, payments from 
May 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 
per act of July, 1895 85,821 26 

State Asylum for the Chronic Insane 
of Pennsylvania, Thomas P. Merritt, 
treasurer ( Werner sville), payments 
from May 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, 133,664 10 



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4. PENITENTIAEIES. 

Eastern Penitentiary, for salaries, 
books, stationery and repairs, per 
act 1895, from August 31, 1895, to 
August 31, 189G, 

Michael Cassidy, warden, gratuities, 
to discharged convicts, per act of 
1895, from August 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 

Western Penitentiary, for salaries, 
books, stationery, buildings and re- 
pairs, per act 1895, from November 
30, 1895, to November 30, 1896, 



151,754 70 



4,065 00 



65,883 73 



11738,390 58 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Reformatories. 



Edward S. Wai'deo, gratuities to di»- 
charg«ed oonviots, per act 1895, from 
August 31, 1895, to August 81, 189(), 3,580 00 

1125,283 43 

6. REFORMATOEIES. 

Pennsylvania Industrial Reformatory, 
Huntingdon, salaries, per acts 1891, 
1893 and 1895, from November 30, 
1895, to August 31, 1896, f 93,049 17 

Gratuities to discharged convicts, per 
acts 1893 and 1895, from August 31, 
1895, to August 31, 1896, 2,675 00 

House of Refuge, Philadelphia, sup- 
port, maintenance and buildings, per 
act June 1, 1891, and June 2, 1893, 
from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896 75,000 00 

Pennsylvania Reform School, Mor- 
gan za, salaries, improvements and 
repairs, per act 1893, from May 31, 

1895, to February 29, 1896 36,228 37 

1206,952 54 

6. CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 

HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS. 

Adrian Hospital Association, Jeffer- 
son county, for maintenance, per 
acts 1893 and 1895, ?4,949 97 

Allegheny General Hospital, Alle- 
gheny City, for maintenance, per 
acts 1893 and 1895 15,000 00 

Altoona H(;«pital, Blair county, for 
maintenance, per acts 1893 and 
1895 6,356 86 

Beaver Valley Creneral Hospital, Bea- 
ver Falls, Pa., for maintenance, per 
act 1895 3,509 99 

Bradford City Hospital, for mainten- 
ance, per acts 1893 and 1895 3,950 00 

Carbondale Hosj>ital Association, for 

maintenamte p{*r ju^ts 1893 and 1895, 5,713 80 

Christian H. Buhl Hospital, 732 84 

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Charity Hospital of Montgomery 

county, for maintenance, per acts 

1893 and 1895, 4,750 00 

Chester County Hospital (West Ches- 
ter Hospital), for maintenance, per 

acts 1893 and 1895, 3,250 00 

Chester Hospital, Chester, for main- 
tenance, per acts 1893 and 1895, . . . 5,728 74 
Children's Homeopathic Hospital, 

Philadelphia, for maintenance, per 

acts 1893 and 1895 4,000 00 

Columbia Hospital, for maintenance, 

per act 1895, 1,500 00 

Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital, 

for maintenance, per acts 1893 and 

1895, 5,000 90 

Corry Hospital As90«ciation, Erie 

county, 3,250 00 

Cottage State Hospital for Injured 

Persons of the Bituminous and 

Semi-Bituminous Befdons, Connells- 

ville, for maintenance, per acts of 

1895, 7,690 79 

Cottage State Hospital for Injured 

Persons of the Bituminous and 

•Semi-Bituminous regTjo»ns, Philips- 
burg, Pa., for maintenant*e, per act 

1895, 0,820 5() 

Easton Hom>ital. for maintenance, 

per act of 1895 7,001 92 

German Hospital, Philadelphia, for 

maintenance, per acts of 1893 and 

1895, 10,000 00 

Good Samaritan Hospital, Lebanon, 

Pa., for maintenance, per acts of 

1893 and 1895 3,306 24 

Gynecean Hospital, Philadelphia, for 

maintenance, per acts of 1893 and 

1895 12,500 00 

Howard Hospital and Infirmary for 

Incurables, maintenance 853 63 

Hahnemann Medical Collecre and 

H<:f<pital, Philadelphia, frr mamteii- 

anoe, per acts of 1893 and 1895, . . . 20,000 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Charitable Institutions— Continued. 

Ham<>l Asi?ociati(>ii, Erie, for miain- 

tenance, per acts of 1893 and 1895, 3,000 00 

Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg, . . . 3,058 41 

Homeopathic Medical and Surgical 

Hospital, Reading, 7,043 22 

Homeojiiithic vtedical and Surgical 
Hospital and Dispensary, Pitts- 
burg, for maintenanee, per act of 
1895, 25,000 00 

Jefferson MiHiiea] College Hospital, < 
for maintenanoe, per acts of 1893 
and 1895, 86,0)00 00 

Kensington Hospital for Women, 
i^liilitdeli'liia, for maintenance, per 
acts 1893 and 1895, 2,500 00 

Lackawanna Hospital, Scranton, for 
maintenace per acts 1893 and 
1895, 18,125 00 

Larcaaler General Hospital, for 
maintenace, per act of 1895, 2,000 00 

Materiiitv Hospital, Philadelphia, for 
maintenance, per acts of 1893 and 
1895, 3,356 98 

McKe«»sport Hospital, for mainte- 
nance, per acts of 1893 and 1895, . . 4,804 65 

Mary M. Packer Hospital, for main- 
tenance, act of 1895, 4,649 73 

Meadville City Hospital for main- 
tenance, per acts of 1893 and 1895, 2,500 00 

Medico Chirurgical Hospital, Philadel- 
phia, for maintenance, per act June 
8, 1893 and 1895, 76,349 20 

Memorial Hospital and Home for 
Mercy, of Saint Timothy's Church, 
Ro>boroujrh, for maintenance, per 
acts 1893 and 1895, 3,500 00 

Mercy Hospital, Pittsburg, for main- 
tenance, per acts of 1893 and 1895, 10,000 00 

Oil City Hospital, for maintenanoe, 

per acts of 1893 and 1895, 7^385 65 

Philadelphia Orthopaedic Hospital 
and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases, 
for maintenanoe, per aots of 1893 
and! 1895, 2,500 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Charitable Institutions— Continued. 

Pittston Hospital Association for 
maintenance, per acts of 1893 and 

1895, 5,000 00 

Plioenixville Hospital, for mainte- 
nance, per act of 1895, 2,760 07 

Pottstown Hospital, for mainte- 
nance, per acts of 1893 and 1895, . . 12,947 00 
riHtsvillfc Hospital, for maintenance, 

per act of 1895, 5.000 00 

Reading Hospitail, foo* maintenance, 

per acts of 1893 and 1895, 7,000 00 

Robtrt A. I'acker Hospital, fciayre, 

for maintenance, 5,450 77 

Rosalie Foundling Asylum and Ma- 
ternity Hospital, Philadelphia, for 

maintenance, per act of 1895, 3,750 00 

Rush Hospital for Consumption and 
Aili«'f] l>isease«, for maintenance, 

per act of 1893 and 1895, 5,000 00 

Sharon and Sharpsville Hospital, 

for maintenance, etc, 11,531 56 

JSlienango Valley Hospital, for 
mrijteranct, per acts of 1893 and 

1895, 3,750 00 

South Hide Hospital, Pittsburg, for 
r.iairitena.MCC, per acts of 1893 and 

1895, 10,000 00 

Spencer Hospital, Meadville, for main- 
tenance, per acts of 1893 and 1895, 2,500 00 
State Hospital for Injured Persons, 
Mercer, for salaries and mainten- 
ance, per acts of 1893 and 1895, . . 4,574 84 
State Hospital for Injured Persons, 
of Anthracite Coal Regions, Ash- 
land, for support and maintenance, 

per acts of 1893 and 1895, 51,703 16 

State Hospital for Injured Persons, 
for Bituminous and Semii-Bitumin- 
ous Regions, Blossburg, for salarieB 
maintenance, per acts of 1893 and 
1895, '. 6,668 45 



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Ex«jendltureB of the Commonwealth. Charitable Instltutons — Continued. 

Stafo Hasintal for Injui-ed Pei-aoos, 
of the Middle Coal Fields, Hazle- 
ton, for salaries, maintenance, etc., 
per acts of 1893 and 1895, 21,152 80 

St. Christopher's Hospital for Chil- 
dren, IMiiladelphia, for mainten- 
ance, per act of 1895, 2,000 00 

St. Luke's H4ispital, Bethlehem, fov 
nisunteiiancs pen* acts of 1893 and 
1895, 10,000 00 

St. Vincent Ho«pital Association, 

Erie, for maintenance, per act 1895, 2,000 00 

Uni\er8it> of Pennsylvania Ho.spital, 
Pliiladelphia, for miaintenance, per 
acts of 1891, 1893 and 1895, 78,95G 48 

Western Pennsylvania Hospital, PJtts- 
burjr. Medical and Surgical Depai t- 
meril, foi salaries and maintenance, 
per acts of 1893 and 1895, 42,919 71 

Western University of Pennsyh^ania, 
Beineman Maternity He spital, Pitts- 
burp:, for maintenance, per act 
1895, 1,750 00 

Wilkes^ Harre City Hospital, for main- 
tenance, per aats of 1891, 1S93 and 
18t>5 12,500 00 

W«»«tmoreland Hospital, for mainte- 
nance 2,214 90 

Willianisport Hospital, for mainte- 
nance, per acts of 1893 and 1895, . . 5,700 80 

Women's Homeopathic Association, 
of Pennsylvania, for maintenance, 
per acts of 1893 and 1895, . . .' • 2,500 00 

Wumans^ Hospital, Philadelphia, for 

maintenance, per act of 1895, 5,000 00 

York Hospital and Dispensary for 
maintenance, per acts of 1893 and 
1895, 2,000 00 

HOMES. 

Aped and Irftmi C-olored Women, 
Home for, Pittsburgh, for mainte- 
nance, per act of 1895, 810 69 



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blxtjenaltures of the Commonwealth. Charitable Institutions— Continued. 



Benevolent Associations, Home for 

Children, Pottsville, for mainte- 
nance, per act of 1895, 750 00 

Hpfliesda Home, Pittsburgh, for 

maintenance, per act of 189^5, 2,239 75 

Blind Men, rennsylvania, Woirkinj; 

Home for, Philadelphia, mainte- i 

nance, instruction and employment, 

per act of 1895, 9,000 00 

Blind Women, Pennsylvania, In- 
dustrial Home f jr PaiJladelphia., fo/ 

instruction, maintenance, etc., x)er 

act 1895, 2,000 00 

Children's Induistrial Home, Hams- 
burg, for maintenance, per act of 

1895, 2,000 00 

Colo I. d Children, Home for, Aile- 

gheny, for maintenance, per act of ' 

1895, 3,474 52 

Destitute Children, Southern Home 

for Philadelphia, for mainte- 
nance, per act of 1895, , 1,119 74 

Fiii'nfiles$4 (.'liiidren. Home for, of the 

iity of Rpadinu:, far maintenance, 

per act of 1895, 651 25 

Friendless, Home for, Williamsport, i 

for maintenance, per act of 1895, . . 2,326 89 

Friendlesis Children, Northern Home 

for Philadelphia, for maintenance, ' 

education and repairs, per act of 

1895, 4,500 00 

Friondle«3 Children of the City and 

County of Lancaster, Home for, 

maintenance and education, per act 

Of 1895, 1,500 00 

Friendless, Erie, Home for the, for 

maintenance, per act of 1895, 2,500 00 

Home for Aged and Infirm Colored 

Women, Allegheny, maintenance, . . 1,097 06 

Home for the Training in Speech of 

Deaf Children before they are of 

school age, maintenance, 10,400 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Charitable Institut one— Continued. 

Frier (lless, Harrisburg, Home for, 
per act of 1895, 1,250 00 

Prkndless, Pittsburg and Allegheny, 
Bome for, for maintenance, i>er act 
of 1895, 1,228 43 

CWrman Protestant Home for the 
Aged, Fair Oaks, for maintenance, 
per act of 1895, 2,000 00 

Hnrae for the Ajjed, Mt. Vernon 
street, Philadelphia, for mainte- 
nance, per act of 1895, 3,123 87 

Home for the Aged and lutinn 
Women, Easton, for maintenance, 
per act of 1895, 1,000 62 

Home for the Veterans of the Grand 
Army of the Republic, Philadel- 
phia, for maintenance, per act of 
1895, 1,547 22 

Ladies of the Grand Army of the 
Republic, Home of, Hawkins Sta- 
tion, for maintenance, per act of 
1895, 2,500 00 

Memorial Home, Brookville, for main- 
tenance and education, per act of 
1895, 3,375 00 

Moorhead Christian Temperance 
Union Hoiii<». Pittsburgh, for main- 
tenance, per act of 1895, 503 44 

Newsboys' Home, Pittsburgh, for 
maintenance and improvement, 4,000 00 

Ohl Ladies' Home, Philadelphia, for 
maintenance, per acts 1893 and 
1895, 3,590 28 

Philadelphia Home for Infants, for 
maintenance, per act of 1895, 1,000 00 

Pennsylvania Asylum for Indiigent 
Widows and Single Women, Plhilad- 
(lelphia, for maintenance*, ])er act 
of 1895, 3,125 00 

Rosine Home, Phila;delphia, for main- 
tenance, per act of 1895, 1,421 21 

In ion Home for Old Ladies, Philadel- 
phia, for maintenance, per act of 
1895 2,220 27 

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Western Temporary Home, Philiadel- 

]>hia, for maintenance, per act of 

1895, 750 00 

Widows and Sinj^le Women, Home 

for, Lebanon, foi* maintenance, per 

act of 1895, 915 00 

^Vestern Home for Poor Children, for 

maintenance, 972 01 

INSTITUTIONS. 

Fonn^ylvania lQ«titution for the Deaf 
and Dumb, for maintenance, educa- 
tion, etc., per act of 1895, 121,910 89 

Pennsylvania Institution for the In- 
struction of the Blind, for mainte- 
tenance and education, per act of 
1895, 27,081 25 

Western Pennsylvania Iniatitutlon for 
the Instruction of the Deaf and 
Dumb, Pittsburgh, for mainte- 
nance and education, per act of 
1895, 47,354 35 

We!<t(Mii Pennsylvania Institution for 
the Blind, for leducation, mainte- 
nance and repairs, per act of 1895, 17,217 82 

SOCIETIES. 
('hildren's Aid Society of Pennsyl- 
vania, Philadelphia, per act of 

1895, 5,000 00 

Allegheny County Association for the 

I'revention of Cruelty to Children 

and Aged Persons, for maintenance, 

per act of 1895, 1,000 00 

Childi-en's Aid Society of Western 

Pennsylvania, for mainitenanoe, etc., 

per act of 1895, 4,083 03 

Piiiladelphia Society for Organized 

Chanty, for maintenanice and im- 

provemeirt, per act of 1893 and 

1895, 2,500 00 

Ptiuusylvania Oral School for the 

Deaf, Scranton, for building, im- 

]>rovements. education and main- 
tenance, per act of 1893 and 1895, . . 15,412 70 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. MlBcellaneous Institutions. 

J^<*nnsylvaiiia Training School for 

Feeble Minded Children, Elwyn, 

foi maintenance^ and training, per 

act of 1893 and 1895, 96,250 00 

Midnight Mi^ision, Philadelphia, for 

maintenance, per act of 1895, 500 00 

^N'esstern Penn»\ivania Humane 

Society, for maintenance, per act of 

1895, \ 1,170 12 

Philadelphia Lying-in Charity, for 

maintenance, per act of 1895 2,849 90 

11,124,681 13 

7. MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS. 

Master Builders Mechanical Trade 
School, for maintenance, pen* act of 
1895, 3,769 91 

Pennsylvania Nautical School! <Ship 
Philadelphia, for •mrintenance, per 
act of 1895, 15,081 20 

Philadelphia Polyclinic and College 
for Crpaduates in Medicine, for 
maintenance, 3,125 00 

Ponnsvlvania Staite Acrricultural 

Society, appropriation for 1895, ... 2,000 00 

1147,224 92 

8. STATE TAX i^N PERSONAL PROPERTY. 

Three- fourths State tax on personal pi"Oxxni:y re^turn- 
e<l to the several counties of the Commonwealth, 
per section 3, act June 8, 1891, viz: 

Adams county. 1895 J6,942 86 

Allegheny, 1895 222,316 30 

Armstrong, 1S95 4,091 39 

Beaver, 1895 8.457 07 

Bedford, 1895 4,433 77 

Berks, 1895 48,119 08 

Berks, 1896 49.381 26 

Bradford, 1805 9,229 55 

Bucks, 1895, 28,136 01 

Butler, 1895 8.770 44 

Cambria, 1895 4,795 92 

Cameron, 1895 342 69 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. State Tax on Personal Pioi>erty— Continued. 

Carbon, 1895, 3,913 33 

Centre, 1895, 8,199 53 

Cheater, 1895, 32,103 95 

Clarion, 1895, 5,085 20 

Cleai-field, 1895 3,326 47 

Clinton, 1895, 3,459 56 

Clinton, 1896 3 J25 24> 

Columbia, 1895, 4,383 88 

Crawford, 1895, 9,393 00 

Crawford, 1896, 10,224 07 

Cumberland, 1895 10,370 56 

Cumberland, 1896, 11,014 32 

Dauphin, 1895 17,613 74 

Delaware, 1895, 28,351 68 

Delaware, 1896 28,294 23 

Elk, 1895, 1,132 06 

Erie, 1896, 22,218 20 

Fayette 1895, 12,808 77 

Foreat, 1^5 4iK) 75 

Franklin, 1895, 11,028 29 

Fulton, 1895, 654 38 

Greene, 1895, 3,408 44 

Huntingdon, 1895, • 4,373 14 

Indiana, 1895 4,191 06 

eTefferson, 1895, 3,401 66 

Juniata, 1895, 1,784 67 

Lackawanna, 1895 17.386 24 

T^ancaster, 1895, 62,656 17 

Lawrence, 1895, 6,773 71 

Lebanon, 1895, 11.721 06 

Lebanon, 1896, 11,825 03 

Lehigh, 1895 19,374 19 

Luzerne, 1895, 22.S:^9 13 

Luzerne, 1896, 25,477 72 

Lycoming, 1895 13,0C5 94 

McKean, 1895, 5,151 95 

Mercer, 1895 6,555 36 

Mifflin, 1895 3,370 12 

Alonroe, 1895 3.223 98 

:\rnrtgomery, 1895, 58,729 82 

Moulour, 1895, I,ri0 76 

Noi'thampton. 1895, 20,722 64 

"NTorthumberland, 1895 11,452 98 



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Northumberland, 1896, 11,606 62 

Perr}', 1895, 2,633 14 

Pike, 1895, 929 67 

Pike, 1896, 981 16 

Philadelphia, 1895, 929,486 29 

Potter, 1895, 1,937 54 

Schuylkill, 1895, 9,277 13 

Snyder, 1895, 1,796 66 

Snyder, 1896, 1,845 97 

Somerset, 1895, 6,112 32 

Somei^set, 1896, 6,282 75 

Sullivan, 1895, 551 94 

Susquehanna, 1895, 5,329 40 

Susquehanna, 1896, . .' 5,936 59 

Tioga, 1895, 6,900 94 

Union, 1895, 3,463 52 

Venango, 1895, 7,711 48 

Warren, 1895, 4,137 43 

Washington, 1895 18,018 68 

Washington, 1896, 18,596 18 

Wayne, 1895, 3,730 08 

Westmoreland, 1895, 17 J72 94 

Wyoming, 1895, 2,633 11 

Vork, 1895, 29,346 16 

9. COMMON SCHOOLS 

S.VLARIES PAID COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS. 

Adams, J. W. Thoman, salary from 
Novembei- 30, 18J)5, to August, 31, 

1896, 1900 00 

Allegheny, Samuel Ilamilton, salary 
from November 30, 1895, to Novem- 
ber 30, 1896, 4,500 00 

ArmstiKMig, \V. M. Jackson, salary 
from Noveinbt^r 30, 1895, to Novem- 
ber 30, 1896, 1,500 00 

Beaver, J. G. Hillman, sal- 
ary from November 30, 
1895, to May 31, 1896, |900 00 
Chester A. Moore, sal- 
ary from May 31, 1896, 
to November 30, 1896, 750 00 

1,650 00 

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Bedford, C. J. Potts^ salary from 
Novembea* 30, 1895, to November 

30, 1896, 1,500 00 

Berks, W. M. Zechman, 
salary from Novem- 
ber 30, 1895, to May 

31, 1896, 11,250 00 

Eli M. Rapp, salary from 
May 31 to August 

31, 1896, 500 00 

— 1,750 00 

Blair, Henry I. Wertz, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to August 31, 

1896 1,500 00 

Bradford, G. W. Ryan, 
salary from Novem- 
ber 31, 1895, to May 

31, 1896, f 1,000 00 

Herbert S. Putnam, sal- 
ary from May 31, 1896, 
to November 30, 1896, 1,000 00 

2,000 00 

Bucks, W. H. Slatter, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to November 30, 

1896, 1,875 00 

Butler, N. C. MeCullough, 

salary from November 

30, 1895, to May 31, 

1896, 1600 00 

S. L. Cheeseman, salary 

from May 31, 1896, to 

August 31, 1896, .... 306 00 

906 00 

Cambria, J. W. Leech, sal- 
ary from November 

30. 1895, to May 31, 

1896, 1850 00 

T. L. Gibson, salary 
from May 31, 1896, to 
November 30, 1896, . . 850 00 

1,700 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Common School»-<:ontlnued. 



Cameron, Miss Ella Her- 
rick, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 11,000 00 

Mattie Collins, salary 
from August 31, 1896, 
to November 30, 1896, 250 00 

1,250 00 

Carbon, A. S. Beisel, salary from 

Xovember 30, 1895, to August 31, - 

1896, 1,125 00 

( 'Pntre, C. L. Gramley, salary from 

Auffust 31, 1895, to Auurusit 31, 

1896, 1,575 00 

Chester, Joseph S. Walton, sii iry 

from November 30, 1895, to Novinn- 

ber 30, 1896 2,000 00 

ClaHon, Wm. A. Bein', ssilary fj-om 

November 30, 18!)5, to November 31), 

1896, 1,200 00 

Cleai-field, B. C. Youngman, salary 

from November 30, 1895, to Novem- 
ber 30, 1896, 2,100 00 

Clinton, W. A. Snyder, salary from 

November 31), 1H9 3, to November 30, 

1896, 1,200 00 

Columbia, Wm. C. Johnson, salary 

from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, 1,475 25 

Crawford, George I. Wrig'ht, salary 

from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, 1,884 38 

Cumberland, A. J. Beitzel 
salary from Novem- 
ber 30, 1895, to No- 
vember 30, 1896, 1750 00 

Ira L. Bryner, salary 
from August 31, 1896, 
to November 30, 1896, 700 00 

1,450 00 

I>au]>hin, R. M. Mc-Neal, salary from 

November 30, 1895, to November 

30, 1896 1,500 00 



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Bxpenditureg of the Commonwealth. Common Schools— Continued. 

Delaware, A. G. C. Smith, salary from 
•November 30, 1895 to November 
30, 1896, 1,800 00 

Elk, W. H. Deveraux, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896 1,500 00 

Erie, Thomas 0. Miller sal- 
ary from August 31, 
1896, to November 30, 

1896, 11,125 00 

Thomas M. Morrison, 
salary from August 
31, 1896, to Novem- 
ber 30, 1896, 750 00 

1,875 00 

Payette, E. F, Porter, salary fi-om 
November 30, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, 1,288 00 

Forest, Agnes Kerr, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896 1,425 00 

Franklin, W. F. Zumbro, salary from 
November 30, 1895, to November 
30, 1896, 1,395 75 

Fulton, Clem Ohestnut, salary from 
Aui?usJt 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, 1,000 00 

Greene, Ezra D. Stewart, salary from 
Aufirust 31, 1895, to August 31, 
1896, 1,000 00 

Huntingdon, S. G. Rudy, salary from 
November 30, 1895, to November 
30, 1896, 1,330 00 

Indiana, A. M. Hammei-s, salai^ from 
November 30, 1895, to November 
30, 1896, 1,600 00 

Jefferson, J. H. Hughes, salary from 
November 30, 1895, to November 
30, 1896, 1,24S 75 

Juniiata, I). M. Marshall, SiUary from 
August 31, 1895, to November 30, 
1896, 1,250 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Common Schools— Continued. 

Lackawanna, J. C. Saylor, salary from 

Xovember 30, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, 1,750 00 

Lancaster, M. J. Brecht, salary from 

November 30, 1896, to November 

30, 1896, 2,500 00 

Lawrence, J. M. Watson, 
salary from August 
31, 1895, to August 
31, 1896, 1750 00 

Thomas M. Stewart, sal- 
ary from May 31, 1896, 
to August 31, 1896, . . 250 00 

1,000 00 

Lebanon, John W. Snake, salary from 

AuGTU^t 31, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, 1,550 00 

Lohi4?h, Alvin Kut>i>, sj^Iju'v from 

November 30, 1895, to November 

30, 1896, 1,500 00 

Jj\i7.erm\ T. H. Harrison, salary from 

November 30, 1895, to November 30, 

1896, 2,500 00 

Lycoming, J. G. Beeht, salary from 

Auerust 31, 1805, to August 31, 

1896, 2,000 00 

McKean, Wm. P. Eckels, salary from 

Aucrust 31, 189o, to August 31, 

1896, 1,500 00 

Mercer, L. K. Eckels, salary from 

Au*rnst 81, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, 1,500 00 

Mifflin, G. T. Cooper, salary from 

November 30, 1805, to November 

30, 1896, 1,000 00 

Monroe, T. H. Serfoss, salary from 

November 30. 1^05, to November 

30, 1896, 1,000 00 

Montgomery, R F. Hoffieker, salary 

from August, 31, 1805, to August 

31, 1896, 2,425 00 



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Expendlturefl of the Commonwealth. Common Schools — Continued. 



Montour, W. D. Stinbach, salary 

from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, 1,000 00 

Northampton, W. F. Koch, salary 

from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, 1,425 00 

Northumberland, Ira Shipman, salary 

from November 30, 1895, to Novem- 
ber 30, 1896 1,()50 00 

Perry, J. M. Arnold, sal- 
ary from November 30, 
1895, to November 30, 
1896 1750 00 

Geo. H. Brown, salary 
from November 30, 

189(>, 250 00 

1,000 00 

Pike, George Sawyer, salary from 

November 30, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, 750 00 

Potter, Miss Anna Bodler, salary 

from August 31, 1895, to August 31, 

1896, 1,000 00 

Schuylkill, G. W. Weiss, salary from 

November 30, 1895, to November 30, 

1896, 2,65*0 00 

Snyder, T. 0. Bowersox, salary from 

November 30, 1895, to November 30, 

1896, 1,000 00 

Somerset, J. M. Burkey, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 1,316 62 

Sullivan, Francis W. Meylert, salary 

from August 31. 1895, to November* 

30, 1896, 1,300 00 

Susquehanna, W. B. Gillet, salary 

from November 30, 1895, to August 

31, 1896, 1,125 00 

Tioga, H. E. Raesly, salary from No- 
vember 30, 1895, to November 30, 

1896, 2,000 00 

Union, B. R. Johnson, salary from No- 
vember 30, 1895, to August 31, 1896, 750 00 



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Expendfiures of the Commonweallh. Common Schools— Continued. 

Venango, John F. Bigler, salary from 
August 31, 1895, to November 30, 

1896, 1,875 00 

Warren, H. M. Putnam, salary from 
November 30, 1895, to November 

30, 1896, 1,500 00 

%yasMngton, Byron E. 

Tombaugh,' salary 

from Novemiber 30, 

1895, to November 30, 

1896, 1924 00 

F. R. Hall, salary from 

August 80, 1896, to No- 
vember 30, 1896, 1,000 00 

1,924 00 

Wayne, James H. Ken- 
nedy, salary from Au- 
gust 31, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 189(5, fl,050 00 

D. L. Hower, salary 

from 375 00 

1,425 00 

Westmoreland, W. W. Ulrich, sal- 
ary from November 30, 1895, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, . . .^ 1,625 00 

Wyoming Asa B. Keeler, 

salary from August 

31, 1895, to November 

30, 189G, . $1,125 Ol) 

Frank S. Jarvis, salary 

f roui 500 00 

1,625 00 

York, D. n. (tardner, salary from 

August 31, 1895, to November 30, 

1896, 2,500 00 

1102,939 63 

AFPROPRIATIONS TO COUNTIES. 

Adams |30,317 56 

Allegheny 373,248 54 

Armstrong, 41,410 38 

Heaver 43,916 37 

Bedford, 37,774 88 

Berks 135,975 43 

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ExpenditureB of* the Commonwealth. Common Schools— Continued. 



I'lair, 

Bradford, 

Bucks 

Butler 

Cambria, 

Canieron, 

Carbon 

Centre, 

Chester, 

Clarion 

Clearfield, 

CUiitoii, 

CJolumbia, 

Crawford, 

Cuiuberlaiid, ... 

TmupLin 

Delaware 

Elk, 

Erie 

Fayette, 

Forest, 

Franlvlin, 

Fulton, 

Greene, 

Huntin^on, 

Indiana, 

.Tefferson, 

Juniata, ....... 

Lackawanna, . . . 

Lancaster, 

Lawrence, 

Lebanon, 

Lehigh 

Luzerne 

Lycoming, 

l^fcKean 

Mercer, 

Mifflin 

Monroe 

^Montgomery, . . . 

Montour, 

Northampton, . , 
N'orthumberland, 



52,714 OS 
58,131 71 
70,775 07 
24,370 53 
66,823 51 

6,825 23 
42,731 18 
48,410 62 
73,301 25 
19,602 42 
57,727 63 
31,505 :;0 
26,982 90 
61, 8r»<) 3(5 
55,615 •)7 
50,586 10 
46,402 04 
16,5^:. 04 
36,000 54 
34,.959 20 

8,547 58 
29,916 12 

8,020 56 

7,316 69 
14,300 08 
30,611 88 

i8,(>5i> (n 

18,354 91 
125,303 88 
95,016 41 
46,373 05 
16,216 41. 
58,508 18 
119,459 05 
55,408 15 
14,872 37 
39,6(>4 64 
24,084 79 
15,063 73 
44,779 84 
8,496 05 
34,3JM) 80 
40,495 38 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Common Schon.f 



Perry, ^ 34,446 46 

Philadelphia, 726,669 06 

Pike, 8,776 72 

Patter, 2,637 34 

Schuylkill 111,688 48 

Snyder, 16,024 60 

Somerset, 22,281 90 

Sullivan, 9,800 34 

Susquehanna, 21,662 45 

Tioga, 25,420 34 

Union, 18,420 51 

Venango, 9,087 45 

Warren, 21,597 91 

>ya8hington, 18,047 32 

Wayne, 12,696 73 

Westmoreland, 45,764 83 

Wyoming, 4,860 55 

York 21,503 82 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

Amount paid during the year in aid of 
pupils who have signified their in- 
tentions of becoming teachers in the 
common schools: 

First District, West Chester. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 

Appropriation, 

Second District, Millersville. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 

Appropriation, 

Tiiird District, Kutztown. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 

Appropriation, 

Fourth District, East Stroud sburg. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 

Appropriation, '. . . . 

Fifth District, Mansfield. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 

Appropriation, 



112,196 00 
5,000 00 

12,494 00 
5,000 00 

11,317 50 
5,000 00 



10,042 50 
5,000 OO 

10,579 00 
5,000 00 



13,553,765 85 



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Sixth District, Bloomsbarg. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 11,697 50 

Appropriation, 5,000 00 

Seventh District, Shippensburg. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 11,073 00 

Appropriation, 5,000 00 

Eighth District, Lock Haven. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, .... 13,076 50 

Appropriation, 5,000 00 

Ninth District, Indiana. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 8,034 00 

Appropriation, 5,000 00 

Tenth District, California. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 5,566 00 

Appropriation, 5,000 00 

Eleventh District, Slippery Roclc . 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 14,985 00 

Appropriation, 5,000 00 

Re-building boys* donnitory, 10,528 36 

Twelfth District, Edinboro. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 8,658 50 

Appropriation, 5,000 00 

Thirteenth District, Clarion. 

Aid to pupils and graduates, 8,242 50 

Appropriation, 5,000 00 

.52i3,(i90 3<; 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Corn Pl«anter Indians, per act of July 7, 1885, and 
general appropriation act of 1893 and 1895, 300 00 

Publishing Call for Convention of School Directors to Elect 
County Superintendents. 

Adiuus couiily— 

The Ooujpiler, f 3 00 

Star and Sentinel, 2 50 

Allegh-emy county — 

Commercial Gazette, 6 60 

Armstrong county — 

Union Free Press, 6 00 



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EIxi>endlture8 of the Commonwealth. Common SchoiilK— Continued. 

Bedford county — 
Bedford Gazette, 5 40 

Blair county — 

Altoona Tribune, 3 00 

llolliday&burg Rej^ster, 4 00 

Beaver county — 

Star Publishing Company, 3 00 

Argus and Radical, 6 00 

Berks county — 

Weekly Review, 4 05 

Reading Eagle, 3 00 

Bradford county — 

Argus Printing CJompany, 3 00 

Reporter-Journal Publishing Co.,. . . 2 64 

Bucks county — 
Doyile»town Publishing Company, . . 2 28 

Republican Printing Company, 2 25 

Butler county — 
Butler Eagle, 4 00 

Cameron county — 

Driftwood Gazette, 3 00 

Cameron County Press, 6 00 

Ccambria county — 

Ebensburg Mountainierr, 3 00 

Johnstown Tribune, 3 75 

Centre county. 

Keystone Gazette, 5 40 

Democrat-Watchman, 3 60 

Chester county — 

Republican 5 70 

Tx)cal News 5 50 

Clinton county — 

Democrat-News 5 00 

Clarion county — 

Republican-Gazette, 5 00 

Clarion Democrat, 5 00 

Cumberland county — 

The American Volunteer, 6 30 

The Herald 6 30 

Carbon county — 

The News, 5 00 

Mauch Chunk Coal Gazette, 5 00 

Clearfield county — 
Raftsman's Journal, 400 ^ j 

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Columbia coumty — 

Catawissa News Item, 2 62 

The Oolumbian, 3 00 

Crawford county — 

Coneautville Courier, 5 00 

Tribune-Republican, 10 80 

Dauphin county — 
MillersbuTg Sentinel, 5 00 

Delaware county — 

Delaware County American, 15 12 

The Progress, 11 00 

Elk county — 

Ridgeway Advocate, 5 00 

Elk County Democrat, 5 00 

Erie county — 

Erie Dispatch, 6 30 

Erie Herald, 6 00 

Fayette county — 

Genius of Liberty 4 00 

The News-Standard, 4 00 

Forest count}' — 

Dern'O-erat -Vindicator, 7 20 

Forest Republican, 7 20 

Franklin county — 

Public Opinion, 4 50 

Valley Spirit, 5 00 

Fulton county- 
Fulton Republican, 4 20 

Fulton Democrat, 4 20 

Greene county — 
Greene County Democrat, 4 50 

Huntingdon county — 

The Monitor, 5 70 

Huntingdon Journal, 4 70 

Indiana county — 
Indiana Gazette, 4 50 

Jefferson county — 

Jeffersonian Democrat, 3 00 

Brookville Republican, 5 00 

Juniata county — 

Juniata Tribune 4 00 

Juniata Herald, 5 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Common Schoola— ^oiu.nued. 



Lackawanna county — 

Scranlou Republican, 3 50 

Peranlou Truth, 3 00 

Lancaster count v — 

The Examiner, 3 60 

The New Era, 3 80 

Lawrence county — 

The Xe\vs, 5 20 

Courant-Guardian, 4 20 

Lehigh county — 

Allentown Democrat, 3 00 

Lehigh Register, 2 00 

Luzerne county — 

Wilkes-Barre Record, I . 6 30 

Wilkes-Barre Leader, 6 00 

Lycoming county — 

The Times, 3 75 

McKean county — 

McKean County Miner, 3 75 

Allegheny Re-porter, 4 50 

Mercer county — 
Western Press, 4 50 

Mifflin county — 

Lewistown Gazette, 2 25 

EknniO'crat and Sentinel, 2 25 

Montgomery county — 

Norristown Herald 3 00 

National Defender, i 2 55 

Monroe county — 

Monroe Democrat, 3 00 

Stroudsburg Times, 3 00 

Montour county — 

Montour Am'?»rican, 4 80 

Montour County Democrat 4 80 

Northampton county — 

Northampton Democrat, 2 50 

The Free Press, 2 00 

Northumberland county — 

Sunbury American, 4 20 

Northumberland Democrat 3 00 

Perry cnunty — 
Advocate and Press, 2 37 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Common Schools — Continued. 



Pike county — 

Milford Dispatch, 4 50 

Pike County Press, 8 00 

Potter county — 
Potter Enterprise, 3 00 y 

Schuylkill county — 

The Republican, 9 30 

Jeffersonian Democrat, 5 00 

Snyder county — 

The Middleburg Post 6 00 

The Herald, 6 30 

Somerset county — 

Somerset Herald, 6 00 

Soonorset Damocrat, 5 00 

Susquehanna county — . ^ 

The Democrat, 3 00 

Independent Republican, 3 00 

Tioga county — 

Wellsboro Agitato^r 3 50 

Republican-Advocate, 2 50 

Union eountj' — 

Mifflinburg Telegraph, 4 00 

Lewisburg News, 5 00 

Venango county — 

Oil City Derrick 7 50 

Citizen-Press, 4 00 

Warren county — 

Warren Mail, 5 00 

Warren Democrat, 3 00 

Washington county — 

Washington Observer, 3 68 

Washington Democrat, 3 68 

Wa.^Tie county — 
Wayne ndependent, 6 00 

Westmoreland county — 
The Tnbune, 3 00 

W^yoming county — 
Tunkhannock Republican, 4 00 

York county — 

Democratic Press, 2 00 

York Dispatch, 2 00 

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260 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania. 

RECAPITULATION. 

Salaries of county superintendents, . . f 102,939 63 

Appropriations to counties, 3,553,765 85 

State normal schools, 213,690 36 

Miscellaneous, 804 64 

3,871,200 48 

10. SOLDIERS' ORPHAN SCHOOLS. 
(jeorge G. Boyer, treasurer, Soldiers' 

Orphans School Commisaion, on ao 

count of education and maintetnance 

of soldiers' orphans, per act of July 

3, 1895, 1175,278 33 

Clerk hire, 6,000 00 

Contingent expenses, George G. Boyer, 

treasurer, 4,912 50 

186,190 83 

11. GETTYSBURG BATTLRFIELU MONUMENT 

ASSOCIATION. 

Board of Commiseioners, Gettysburg Monuments, for 
erecting monuments in bronze or grnite of Major 
Gen^eirals Meade, Re^iTiolds and Hancock, upon the 
battlefield of Gettysburg, per act of May 20, 1891, 
P. L. 99, 17,666 67 

12. CHICK AMAUGA CHATTANOOGA BATTLE- 

FIELDS' COMMISSION. 

Expenses of the commission and the 
executive committee thereof, as per 
act of July 3, 1895 |4,859 98 

Expenses erecting monuments, 9,000 00 

f 13,859 98 

13. SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME, ERIE, PA. 

Maintenance, 95,000 OO 

14. NATIONAL GUARD OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

GENERAL EXPENSES. 
nivi.Hion HeadquarterR. 

John Bergey, horse hire, . . |80 00 
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas 
Potter, Jr., horse 
hire, 576 00 

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ExpendlturcB of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Lieutenant (Dolonel R. E. 

Cullinan ?375 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 375 00 

Individiual pay, 1896, . . 1,002 56 



General Thomas J. Stew- 
art, individual pay, 

1896, 11,641 96 

Governor's staff, individ- 
ual pay, 1896, 793 01 



state Military Board. 

S. M. Jackson, State 
Treasurer, salary from 
November 30, 1895, to 
Apnl 30, 1896, $500 00 

Thomas J. Stewart, Novem- 
ber 30, 1895, to August 
31, .1896, 900 00 

Amos H. Mylin, November 
30, 1895, to August 31, 
1896 900 00 

Benjamin J. Haywood, 
from May 1, 1896, to Au- 
gust 31, 1896, 400 00 

James B. McCalley, clerk, 
salary from January 1, 
] 896, to October 31, 1896, 550 00 



FIRST BRIGADE. 


Headquarters Expenses. 


General John W. Schall, an- 




nual allowanice, 1895, 


$300 00 


Individual pay, 1895, . . . 


45 84 


Individual pay, 1896,... 


701 86 


Annual allowance, 1896 


300 00 


Horse hire 


240 00 


Lieutenant Colonel George 




H. North, individual 




pay, 


24 99 



1,752 56 



Sergeant Charles B. Fullaway, in- 
dividual pay, 9 00 



2,434 97 

$4,852 53 



3,250 00 



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Expendituree of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 

Sergeant John B. Bishop, 
inspections. 157 50 

Major J. Wilkes O'Neill, 
court marshal provo,. ... 13 90 

Sergeant E. M. Major, serv- 
ice pay, 2 00 

1J8G 00 



First Brigade Band. 
Major Beverly R. Keim, 

annual allowance, 1895, $352 42 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 
Individual pay, 1896 745 11 



Battery ««A." 
Captain M. C. Stafford, an- 
nual allowance, 1895,. foOO 00 

Armory rent, 1895 200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 500 00 

Individual pay, 1896,.. 1,177 52 

Horse! hire, 807 83 



First Troop, Philadelphia City Cavalry. 
Captain E. Burd Grubb,an- 

nual allowance, 1895, f500 00 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

Rifle practice, 1805,.... 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 500 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 926 43 

Horse hire, 896 00 



Gray Inyincibles. 
Captain A. T. Stevens, Jr., 
aimual allowance, 

1895, 1250 00 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

individual pay, 1896, 1,006 48 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 



1,547 53 



3,235 35 



3,072 43 



1,756 48 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard 


of Pennsylvania— Continued. 


State Fencibles. 




Headquarters' 


Expenses 




Major Thurber T. Brazer, 






annual allowance,, 






1895, 


$75 00 




Individual pay, 1896, . . 


426 16 




Annual allowance 1896, 


75 00 




Horse hire, 


96 00 


472 16 


Companjy A, Oaptain 




"X 9 *d M^f 


Charles. H. Bebsher, 






annual allowanrp, 1895, 


f ^^ Of) 




Armory fund, 1895, 


200 00 




Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 




Annual allowanoe,1896, 


250 00 




Individual paj'^, 1^96, . . . 


876 48 


1,626 48 






Company B, Captain Will- 






iam R. Scott, kinnual 






allowance, 1895 


1250 00 




Armory fund, 


200 00 




Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 




Annual lallowance, 1896, 


250 00 




Individual pay, 1896, .. 


834 48 


1,584 48 






Comtpany C, Oaptain 






George Christi, rifle 






practice. 1895 


?50 00 




Armory rent, 1895, 


200 00 ' 




Annual allowance, 


250 00 




Annual allowance, 1896,. 


250 00 




Individual pay, 1896, .. 


894 48 


1,644 48 






Company D, Captain Sam- 






uel P. Holmes, annual 






allowance, 1895, 


$250 00 




Armory fund, 1895, 


200 00 




Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 




Annual allowance, 1896, 


250 00 




Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


838 48 




Individual pay (Green, 






Company D), 1896, . . . 


2 00 


1,590 48 










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Kxpenditures of the (Commonwealth. National Guard of Penneylvania— Continued. 

First RegimeDt. 
Headquarters' Expenses. 

Colonel Wendell P. Bow- 
man^ annual allow- 
ance, 1895, 1163 20 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 200 00 

J. Lewis Good, individ- 
ual pay, 1896, 610 40 

Horse hire, 144 00 

1,167 60 

Ck>mp:.ny A, Captain Car- 
roll B. NichoUs, armory 

rent, 1895, ?200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 
W. L. Margerum, annual 

allowance, 1896, 163 28 

Individual pay, 1890, . . 831 36 

1,444 64 

Company B, Captain Will- 
iam S. Allen, armory 

rent, 1895, f 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, .... 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 912 48 

1,662 48 

Company C, Lieutenant * 
Oeorge E. Phipps, indi- 
vidual pay, 1895, f 33 36 

Lieutenant Charles 0. Al- 
len, individual pay, 

1895, 31 12 

Captain L. F. Stees, rifle 

practice, 1895 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 185 04 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 185 04 

Individual pay, 1896 772 48 

1,457 04 

Company D, Captain Ar- 
temus W. Deane, ar- 
mory rent, 1895, .... ?200 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Oontlnued. 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895,.:.. 50 00 

Individual pay, 787 86 

One-half annual allow- 
ance, 1896, 170 50 

1,458 36 

Company E, Captain James 

Muldoon, armory rent, 

1895, ^ 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 970 23 

1,720 23 

'Company F, Captain Will- 
iam Brod, annual al- 
lowance, 1895, f 204 00 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 197 60 
Individual pay, 1896, ... 825 48 

1,477 08 

CoQnjpany G, Captain 

George C. Vofnder 
Lindt, rifle practice, 

1895, f 50 00 

Armory rent, 200 00 

Onie-half ajinual allow- 
ance, 1896, 212 80 

Individual pay, 1896, 914 48 

1,377 28 

Company H, Captain Eu- 

gene J. Kensil, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 50 00 

One-haJf annual allow- 
ance 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, . . 942 48 

1,692 48 

Company I, Captain 

Thomas H. P. Todd, 
annual allowance, 
1895 1247 12 

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Expenditures of the ComraonweaJth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Armory rent, 1895 200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Court martial provo^ 

1896 10 00 

Individual pay. 1896, . . 878 48 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 



Company K, Captain 




Walter E. Torr, ar- 




mory fund, 1895 


1200 00 


Annual allowance, 1895, 


250 00 


Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


250 00 


Indivqidual pay, 1896,. . . 


902 48 



Second Hegimeut. 
Headquarters' Ex, ensea. 
Colonel John Biddlo Por- 
ter, annual allow- 
ance, 1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 
Individual pay, 1896,... 728 84 
Lieutenant August P. 
Kinzig, horse hire, 176 00 



Company A, Captain John 
C. Bowen, armory 

i-effit, 1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,... 840 48 



Company B, Captain Fran- 
cis W. Long, armory 

rent, 1895, |;200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,.. 870 48 



1,635 60 



1,652 48 



1,299 84 



1,590 48 



1,620 48 



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Expenditures of the Coramonwea-lth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 

Company C, Captain Harry 
I. Clark, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 137 89 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Ajinual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,. . . . 830 48 

1,4(>8 37 

Company D, Captain E. S. 
Williams, armory rent, 

1895 $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 835 98 

1,536 86 

Comipany E, commanding 

officers, armoryi renit, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Captain Lueien M. Wiler, 

individual pay, 1896,.. 869 48 
One-haJf annual allow- 

aiieet 1896, 250 00 

1,619 48 

Company F, Captain Fred- 
erick W^ Reckniaged, 

armory rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 809 36 

1,309 36 

Company G, Captain John 

T. Hughes, armory 

Irent, 1895, f200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 816 48 

1,566 48 

Company H, Captain J. 

Martin Miller, ar- 
mory rent, 1895, |200 00 nr^r\n^]^ 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Annual allowance, 1S95. 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 * 

Anrual allo^\-ance, 1896,. 250 00 

Individual pay, 1895, 848 48 

1,598 48 

Oomixany I, Oaptain H. D. 

Turner, armory, xenit, 

1895, f 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,. . 894 48 

1,644 48 

Company K, Captain 

Adolph Harting, ar- 
mory rent, 1895, f 200 00 

Annual allowan-ce,. 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 894 48 

1,599 68 

Third Regiment. 
Headquarters' Expenses. 

Colonel Robert Ralston, 
annual allowance, 

1895, f200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 250 00 
Individual pay, 1896, . . 753 60 
C. Brassman, horse hire, 208 00 

1,361 60 

Company A, Captain Rob- 
ert A. Gavin, armory 

wnt, 1805 ?200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 2.^0 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,... 804 48 

1,554 48 

Company R, Commanding 

Oflficers, rifle practice 

1895, f 50 00 

Armory rent 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 250 00 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Captain Arthur Littler, 

individual pay, 189G, 794 48 

Annual allowance, 189i),. 250 00 

1,544 48 

Company C, Captain W. H. 

Pierce, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1805, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 189(),. 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 814 48 

1,475 23 

Company D, Captain Harry 

J. Crump, atmofry rent, 

1895, $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 152 40 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allow^anee, 1890,. 250 00 . 

Individual pay, 1896 809 48 

J. K. Mclntyre, service 

allowance, 2 00 

E. T. Linnard, service 

allowance, 1896, 8 00 

1,471 88 

Company E, Captain Lewis 

Le;vTman, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 2 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,. ... 854 48 

Individual pay 6 00 

1,362 48 

Company F, iCaptain 

Charles A. M<!iGin- 
nisa, armory rent, 

imsj '. f 200 00 

AuDual allowance 246 16 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 243 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 884 48 

1,623 64 



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Exi)enditure8 of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Company G, Captain O. K. 
Bidd'le, annual allow- 
ance, 1895, f 250 00 

Armory rent, 1895 200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 18I)(), 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 807 12 



Company H, Captain 




Charles J. Hendier, 




armory rent, 1895, . . 


$200 00 


Annual allowance, 1895, 


249 04 


Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 


Individual pay, 1896, . . 


804 86 


Annual allowance, 1890, 


250 00 


Sergeant John Milheim, 




individual pay, 


2 00 



Sixth Regiment 
Headquarters' Expenaes. 
Colonel I. M. Waahabaugh, 

annual allowance, 1895, (200 00 

Annual allowaiwje, 1896, 195 68 

Individual pay, 1896 735 20 

Horse hire, 208 00 

Company A, Captain W. 

E. Schuyler , armory 

rent, 1895, f 200 00 

Annual allowan-ce, 1895, 208 74 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 162 25 

Individual pay, 1896 912 48 

Individual pay, 1896,... 12 00 



Company B, Captain Sam- 




uel A. Price, armory 




rent, 1895 


1200 00 


Annual allowance, 1805, 


250 00 


Rifle practice, 1895 


50 00 


Annual allowance, 1896,. 


250 00 



1,557 12 



1,555 90 



1,338 88 



1,545 47 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealtn. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Captain D. H. McDevitt, 
individual pay, 1896,. . 89G 48 



(Company C, Captain Frank 
N. Brown, armory 
rent, 18*J5 |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Captain Samuel D. Clyd<?, 
one-half annual allow- 
ance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896 860 48 

Company D, Captain Louis 

R. Walters, annual 

allowance, 1895, .... |250 00 

Armory rent, 1895,. ... 200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895,.... 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896 844 48 

Company F, Captain 

Henry Jacobs, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895* 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance?, 189(1,. 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 851 36 

Lieutenant Samuel N 

Jones, individual pay, 

1896, 31 12 

Company G, Captain Frank 

B. Alter, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895,. 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895,.... 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 208 54 

Individual pay, 1896,. ... 848 48 

Company H, Captain Henry 
H. Stewart, armory' 

renit, 1895, '< |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 62 45 



1,646 48 



1,610 48 



1,344 48 



1,632 48 



1,557 02 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued, 

Rifle practice, 1895,.... 50 00 

Walter Washabaugb, an- 
nual allowance, 187 55 

OiDe^!half annual' allow- 
ance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,. ... 861 48 

1,611 48 

Company I, Captain S. M. 

Paxson, armory rent, 

1895, $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 243 40 
Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

ance, 1896, 250 00 

One-half annual allow- 
Individual pay, 1896, ... 859 36 

1,602 76 

79,310 96 

8KC0ND BRIGADi:. 
Headquartei-s* Kxpenses. 

General John A Wiley, an- 
nual allowance, 1895, ?299 83 

One-half annual allow- 
ance, 1896, . 300 00 

Individual pay, 1896,... 719 84 

1,319 67 

Second Brigade Band. 

Major E. C. Robbins, an- 
nual allowance, 1895,. $375 CO 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 835 36 

Horse hire, 240 00 

1,900 36 

lUtlery B. 
Battery B, Captain Alfred 
E. Hunt, armory rent, 

189::^ ?200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1895,. 480 40 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 386 27 

Horse hire, 880 00 



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Expenditures of the Common weaJth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued, 



Individual pay, 1896, 1,164 96 

Individual pay, 104 56 



Sheridan Troop. 
Captain C. 8. W. Jones, 

annual allowance, 1805, fSOO 00 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 500 00 

Individual pay, 1896,. . . . 1,007 36 

Transportation, 1896,... 68 40 

Horse hire, 1,040 00 



Fifth Regiment. 
Headquarters' Kx{:eDBe8. 
Colonel Theodore Burch- 
field, annual allow- 
ance, 1895, 1193 32 

Annual allowance, 1896, 200 00 

Individual pay, 1896 816 16 

Horse hire, 189G, 208 00 

Company A, Captain John 
S. Bare, arraory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 177 80 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 164 50 

Individual pay, 1896,. . . . 926 48 

Individual pay, 1896,. ... 328 68 

Company B, Captain Henry 
C. Quigley, annual al- 
lowance, 1895, 1178 20 

Armory fund, 200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 217 68 

Individual pay, 1896, 928 48 

Company C, Captain John 

H. West, armory rent, $200 OO 

Annual allowance, 1895, 150 77 
I8--2--VM; 



3,266 19 



3,365 76 



1,417 48 



1,847 46 



1,574 30 



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Expenditures uf the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennvyivanla— <:ontinued. 



Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 189G, 244 71 
Individual pay, 1896,... 918 48 



Company D, Captain Will- 
iam C. McKee, armory 
rent, 1895, $200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895,. ... 50 00 

One-half annual allow- 
ance, 1896, 218 36 

Individual pay, 1896,. ... 846 48 

Individual pay, 1896, 2 00 



Company F, Captain C. W. 

Simpson, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 148 88 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 89 98 

Individual ]ta\, 1896,. ... 894 48 



Company E, Captain J. E. 
Harder, annual allow- 
ance, 11896, f 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,. ... 872 48 



Company G, Captain Louig 
N. Slagle, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895,. 

Rifle practice, 1895, 

Annual allowance, 1896, 
Individual pay, 1896,. 
Individual pay, 1896,. 
Individual pay, 1896,. 

Company n. Captain J. J. 
Murphy, armory rent, 

1895, 

Ancual allowance, 1895,. 
Rifle practice, 18^ 



250 00 
50 00 
152 76 
1.052 54 
324 18 
238 12 


1200 00 

250 00 

50 00 



1,563 96 



1,316 84 



1,383 34 



1,122 48 



2,257 60 



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Exi>endiiure8 of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Oaptain Greorge W. 

Bittoer, Individual 

paj, 1896, 826 48 

Annual allowance, 1896, 30 20 



Company I, Captain H. A. 

Drenning, armory rent, 

1895, ! ?200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 102 70 
Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 



Tenth Regiment 
Headquarters' Expenses. 

Colonel Alex. L. Hawkins, 

annual allowance, 1895, 187 22 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 200 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 834 IG 

Lieutenant E. B. McCor- 

mick, horse hire, 1896, 208 00 



Company A, Captain Gus- 

tav Schaaf, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 226 61 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 25 04 

Individual pay, 1896 804 48 

Company B, Captain H. C. 

Cuthbertson, armory 

rent, 1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895,. 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Captain H. J. Watson, 

laoiimal allowamce, 

1896, 244 00 

Tudi^idual pay, 1896,... 841 98 



Company C, Captain Em- 
hart Bierer, armory 

rent, 1895 |200 00 

AnnuaJ allowance, 1895, 246 17 
Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 



1,350 68 



352 00 



1,429 38 



1306 13 



1,580 30 



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Expenditures of ihe Commonwealth. Navional Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 
Individual pay, 1896, 886 48 



Ck)mpany D, Captain 
George A. Munson, ar- 
mory rent, 1895, $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 119 60 

Rifle practice, 1895,.... 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 144 62 

Individual pay. 1896,... 884 48 



Company E, Captain James ' 
A. Loar, armory rent, 

1895, $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 249 04 

Individual pay, 1896, 906 48 



Company II, Captain 
Alonzo M. Porter, ar- 
mory rent, 1895, $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895,. 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895,.... 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896 852 48 

Annual allowance, 1896, 220 01 



Company I, Captain James 

W. Laird, armory 

rent, 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Riflo practice, 1895, 5000 

One-half annual allow^- 

anoe, 1896, 247 22 

Individual pay, 1896 904 48 

Company K, Captain John 
F. Pauley, armory 

rent, 1895. \ \ $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Caplain Thomas S.Crago, 
one-half annual al- 
lowance, 1896, 250 00 



1,632 65 



1,398 70 



1,655 52 



1,572 49 



1,651 70 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Individual pay, 1896,. ... 740 00 



Fourteenth Keg^ment. 
Headquarters' Expenses. 

Colonel William J. Glenn, 
annual nllowan'Ce, 

1895, 1173 55 

Armory rent, 1895, .... 200 00 
One-half annual allow- 
ance, 1896, 200 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 782 16 

Company A, Captain 
Charles C. McLain, an- 
nual allowance, 1895,. f250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896 170 99 

Horse hire, 1896,. 160 00 

Individual pay, 1896, 912 48 

Comp«nny B, Captain John 
P. McLain, armory rent, 

1895 1200 00 

Annual allowance 178 94 

Rifle practice, 1896, 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 874 48 

Company C, Captain John 
R. McEwen, armory 
ront, 1805 ^$200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 182 79 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

One-half annual allow- 
ance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,... 876 48 

Company E, Captain Harry 
D. Fowler, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 177 SO 
Rifle practice, 1896 50 00 



1,490 00 



1,355 71 



1,549 47 



1,303 42 



1,559 27 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard 


of Pennpylvanla— Continued. 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


163 00 




Individual pay, 1896, . . 


878 48 • 




Individual pay, 1896, . . 


4 00 


1,473 37 






Company F, Captain A. G. 






Lini, annual allow- 






ance, 1895, 


1250 00 




Aniiory rent, 1895, .... 


200 00 




Eifle practice, 1896 


50 00 




Annual allowance, 1896, 


236 20 




Individual pay, 1896,... 


892 48 


1.628 68 



Company G, Captain' Al- 
pha T. Easton, armory 

rent, 1895 |200 00 

Annual allowance. 1895, 
Rifle practice, 1896,. 
Annual allowance, 1896, 
Individual pay, 1896, 

Company I, Captain James 

B. Hamilton, armory 

rent, 1895 $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 192 95 

Rifle practice, 1896 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 163 60 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 876 48 



223 


70 


50 


00 


235 


04 


912 


48 



Company K, Captain J. 

Harry Corbet t, armory 

rent, 1895 $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1S95, 160 47 

Rifle practice, 1896,. ... 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 243 00 

Individual pay, 1896,... 892 48 



Fifteenth Regiment. 
Headquarters' Expense. 

Cohmel William A. Kreps, 

anrual allowance, 1895, |170 35 
Balance of annual allow- 
ance, 1895, 10 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 200 00 



1,621 22 



1,483 03 



1,545 48 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennaylvania— Continued. 



1,388 75 



Individual pay, 1896, . . 


816 40 


Horse hire, 1896, 


192 00 


(Company A, Captain 




James H. Haskinaon, 




annory rent, 1895, 


1200 00 


Annual allowance, 1S95, 


250 00 


Rifle practice, 1896, 


50 00 


Annual allowance, 1895, 


173 20 


Individual pay, 1896, . . 


794 48 



Gompfiny B, Captain Frank 
C. Baker, armory rent, 

1895 $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895. 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1896,.... 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 189 44 

Individual pay, 1896,... 840 48 



Company C, Captain HaiTy 
Mabie, armory rent, 

1895, $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practiee, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 166 85 

Individual pay, 1896,... 850 48 



Company D, Captain A. J. 

Davis, armory rent, 

1896 $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 81 23 

Rifle practice, 1896, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 211 52 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 812 48 



Company |S, Captain Ira 
McJunkin, armory 

rent, 1895 |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 241 95 
Rifle practice, 1896,.. 
Annual allowance, 1896, 
Individual pay, 1896, 



1,467 68 



1,329 92 



1,517 33 



1,355 23 



50 00 
176 44 

846 48 


1,514 87 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 

Company F, Captain John 

W. Carapbell, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Rifle practice, 1896,.... 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 178 57 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 881 23 



Company G, Captain Gott- 
leib L Fischer, armory 

rent, 1895, $200 00 

Annual allowance ,1895, 194 56 

Annual allowance, 1895, 25 04 

Rifle practice, 1896, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 240 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 882 98 



Company K, Captain Harry 

N. Donaldson, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1S95, 230 62 

Rifle practice, 1896, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 162 40 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 920 48 



Sixteenth Regiment. 
Headquarters' Expenses. 

Colonel Willis J. Hulings, 



annual allowance,lS95 


$184 52 


Armory rent» 1895, 


200 00 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


200 00 


Lieutenant W. H. Gorrin, 




individual pay, 1896,.. 


746 80 


Horse hire, 1896, 


192 00 


Compjiny A, Captain John 




J. Austin, annual al- 




lowance. 1895, 


f 250 00 


Rifle practice, 1896, 


50 00 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


248 71 


Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


841 48 



1,309 80 



1,596 5S 



1,503 50 



1,523 32 



1,370 19 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Company C, Captain A. D. 

Burnfi, armary rent, 

1895, f 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1S95, 165 19 

Kifle pracice, 189G 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896,.., 844 48 



Company D, Captain David 




K. James, annual al- 




lowance, 1895. 


«169 60 


Armory rent, 1895, 


200 00 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


111 78 


Individual pay, 1896,... 


796 73 



Company E, Captain James 
Mcllhenny, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 101 62 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896,.. 946 48 



Company F, Captain James 

G. Orawford,^ amiory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895. 173 07 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 870 48 



Company H, Captain J. 
Harry Ellinge?r, armory 

rent, 1895 |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 181 25 

Rifle practice, 1895,. .. . . 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896 247 98 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 806 48 



Company I, Captain Fred. 

E. Windsor, armory 

rent, 1895, $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 18 45 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 



1,509 67 



1,278 11 



1,298 10 



1,543 55 



1,485 71 



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Expenditures of the CommonweaJth, National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Service Pay,Frank 8ager, 2 00 

Captain DeForest A. 

Wheelock, individual 

pay, 1896, 823 48 



Company K,Oa5)tain(Martin 

R. Rouse, armory rent, 

ISlh") §200 00 

Captain Martin R Rouse, 
Annual allowance, 1805, 234 35 
Annual allowTince, 1896, 215 00 
Individual pay, 1896, ... 856 48 
Rifle praf:tice, 1895, 50 00 



Eighteenth Regiment. 
FT ead quarters* Expenses. 

Colonel Noi^man M. Smith* 

annual allowance, 1805, |193 56 

Annual allowance, 1896, 200 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 665 31 
Lieutenant Lew A. An- 

shutz, horse hire, 1896, 160 00 



Company A, Captain Charles 
H. Roessing, annual 

allowance, 1895, f250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Indindual pay, 1896, ... 860 48 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 



Company B, Captain Harry 

F. Davi s, a n tin a 1 all ovv- 

aiKH?, 1895 $250 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 162 56 

Individual pay 883 48 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Company C, Captain Owen 

S. Henry, annual allow- 

anc^o, 1895 f250 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896, . . . 937 48 



1,343 93 



1,555 83 



1,218 87 



1,410 48 



1,346 04 



1,487 48 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 

Company D, annual Jillow- 

anoe, 1895, |250 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896,. ... 857 12 



Company E, Captain \yil- 
liam Little, annual al- 
lowance, 1895, f 122 70 

Anijual ailowance, 1896, 23-1 25 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 856 98 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Company F, Captain Sam- 
uel W. Jefferis, annual 

allowance, 1895, ?183 60 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

IndividuaJ pay, 1896, . . . 832 48 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Company G, Captain Jojin 
H. Rush, annual allow- 
ance, 1895, $250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 861 36 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 245 20 



Company H, Captain R. W. 
A. Simmons, annual al- 
lowance, 1895 $250 00 

Annuar allowanciN 1896, 195 07 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896, . . . 850 98 



THIRD BRIGADE. 
Headquarters' Expenses. 

Brigadier General J. P. 
S. Gobin, annual allow- 
ance, 1895 1300 00 

Individual pay, 1895, ... 45 84 

Annual allowance, 1896, 300 00 

Individual pay. 1896, ... 724 64 



1,407 12 



1,263 93 



1,316 08 



1,406 56 



1,346 05 
$89,642 55 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Major H. P. Moyer, quar- 
termaster's expenst^s, 



1895 


135 71 


Horse hire, 


256 00 






Third Brigade 


Band. 


Third brigade band, Major 




H. P. Moyer, armory 




rent, 1895, 


1200 00 


Annual allowance, 1895, 


300 00 


Individual pay, 1895, . . . 


775 36 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


250 00 


Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


15 60 



Battery C\ 

Batterj' C, Captain John W. 

Denithorne. armory 

rent, 1895, *200 00 

Annual allowance, 1S95, 500 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 18t)6, 500 00 

Individual pay, 1896 1,254 96 

Horse hire, 864 00 

Lieutentant H. H. Quiin- 

by, individual pay, .... 33 36 
Lieutenant Walter Board- 

nuin, individual pay,.. 35 60 



Fourth Regiment. 
Headquarters* Expen«ieE, 

Colonel D. B. Case, an- 
nual allowance, 1895,. . |200 00 
Annual allowance, 1896, 200 00 



1,762 19 



1,540 96 



Governor's 


Troop. 


t>,T*>l «7^ 


Captain Fred. M. Ott, 






armory rent, 1895, . . 


?200 00 




Annual allowance, 1805, 


326 62 




Rifle practice, 1895 


50 00 




Annual allowance, 1896, 


41 S 76 




Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


981 87 




Horse hire 


1,008 00 


2.985 25 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— i\>niinue<i. 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 709 20 
Horse hire, 176 00 

1,285 20 

Ck)mpany A, Captain A. J. 

Christoph. armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allawan<2e, 1896, 206 00 
Captain Samuel Willits, 

annual allowance, 1896, 239 10 
Individual pay, 1896, . . . 888 48 

1,533 58 

Company B, Captain James 

L. Schaadt, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 223 23 

Captain James L. Med- 
ian, rifle practice, 1895» 50 00 

Captain John F. Mc Lain, 
one-half annual allow- 
ance, 1896, 241 10 

Captain James A. Med- 
ian, one-half aninual al- 
lowance, 1896, 237 32 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 926 48 

1,878 13 

Company C, Captain Frank 

A. Bennett, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 19o 35 

Captain M. A. Smith, in- 
dividual pay, 1896, 942 48 

1,337 83 

Company D, Captain Wil- 
liam D. Markley, 

armory rent, 1895,... |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 197 65 

R'th practice, 1895 50 00 

Captain Charles Spans:- 

ler, individual pay, 

1896 .\ 866 48 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

1,564 13 



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Exptncil-iures of the Cnmni.^nwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 

Company E, Captain John 
T. Ancona, armory 

rent, 1S95, ?200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 211) 75 

Rifle practice, 18D5 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1800,. 7 20 

Individual pay, 1806, ... 920 18 

1,397 43 



Company F, Captain 




George Dyson, annual 




allowance, 1895 


»250 00 


Armory I'ent, 1895, 


200 00 


Rifle practice, 1895 


50 00 


Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


854 48 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


250 00 



Company G, Cj^ptain James 
W. Mulenhauer, armory 

rent, 1895, »200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 225 60 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 940 48 



Company II, Captain Wil- 
liam II. Ke. ner, i rmoiy 
rent, 1S95 ?200 OO 

Annual allowance, 1S95' 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Captain M. J. Giflord, in- 
dividual i>ay, 1896, . . . 858 48 

Balance annual allow- 
ance, 1896, 102 00 



Eighth Regiment. 
Headquarters' Expenses. 

Colonel Frank J. Ma- 
gee, annual allowance, 

1895 ?200 00 

.\unual allowance. 1896, 175 25 

fndividual pay, 1896, ... 830 16 

Horse hire 224 00 



1,604 48 



1,666 08 



1,460 48 



1,429 41 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Company A, Captain 




Alonzo II. Kaber, 




armory rent, 1895, 


200 00 


Annual allowance, 1895, 


291 34 


Kifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 


Annual allowance, 1896,. 


243 00 


Individual pay, 


851 73 



Company B, Captain Wil- 

R. Conrad, armory 

rent, 1895, J200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 243 00 

Individual pay, 189G, ... 956 48 



Company C, Captain John 

C. Gerbig, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895,. 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895. 50 00 

Captain J. P. Lautenala- 

ger, annual allowance, 

1896, 250 00 

Indi\idual pay, 1896, . . . 858 48 



Company D, Captain J. B. 
Hutchison, annual al- 
lowance, 1895, 1235 66 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

Individual pay, 1896, . . . 934 48 



Company E. Captain An- 
drew Comrey, armory 

rent, 1895, ?200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 932 48 



Company F, Captain Emil 
E. \Vap:ner, armory 

rent, 1895 |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 



1,636 07 



1,699 48 



1,608 48 



1,420 14 



1,432 48 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 

Kifle practice, 1895, .... 50 00 

Captain H. H. Danks, in- 
dividual pay, 1896, ... 868 48 

One-half annual allow- 
ance, 1896, 182 30 

1,550 78 

Company G, Captain Wil- 
liam G. Speck, annory 

rent, 1895 ?200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896. 145 36 

Rifle practice, 1895, .... 50 00 

Annual allowamie, 1896,. 220 50 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 922 48 

=- 1,538 34 

Company H, Captain John 
Owens, anniory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Colonel William C. Price, 

annual aJlowance, 1895, 215 72 

Rifle practice, 1895, .... 50 00 

Individual pay, 1896, . . . 892 48 

1,358 20 

Compay I, Captain Lucius 

K. Fondersmith, arm- 
ory rent, 1895, f 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, .... 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 886 48 

1,636 48 

Company K, Captain W. H. 

Holmes, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowan<ie, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, .... 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 888 48 

1,638 48 

Ninth Regiment 
Headquarters* Expenses. 

Col. William C. Price, 

annual allowance, 1895, fl63 94 
Annual allowance, 1896, 200 00 



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ExpeiMlliures of the CommcnweaJth. National Oiiard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Colonel C. Bow Dougher- 
ty, individual pay, 1896, 791 16 
Horse hire, 192 00 



Company A, Captain 

Charles L. Peck, annual 

allowance, 1895, 222 80 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 143 36 

Individual pay, 1890,... 828 48 



Company B, C^aptain Walk- 
er S. Marshall, annual 

allowance, 1895, 234 40 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Armory rent, 1895, 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 191 12 

Individual pay, 1890, ... 968 48 



Company C, Captain Eitis- 

tus G. Gage, armory 

rent, 1805 ?200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 181K>, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 47 72 

Individual pay, 1896,... 900 48 



Company D, Captain O. H. 

Bell, annual allowance, 

1895, 175 16 

Rifle practice, 1895, .... 50 00 

Armory lent, 1895 200 00 

Annual allowance. 1896, 19 70 

Individual pay, 1896,... 832 73 



Company E, Captain Darius 

L. Meirs, rifle practice, 

1896, 150 00 

Armorj- rent, 1895, 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 

Annua] allowance, 1896, 104 75 

19-2-90 



1,347 10 



1,444 64 



1,644 00 



1,448 20 



1,177 59 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Quard of Pennsylvanla^Oontlnued. 

Individual poy, 1896, ... 774 48 

1,370 23 

Company F, Captain George 

S. McCleary, rifle prac- 
tice, 1895, f 50 00 

Captain Wilson Stmn- 
berg, annual allow- 

iUice, 1805, 250 00 

Armory rent, 1805, 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1806, 150 48 

Individual pay, 1806, ... 008 48 

1,558 IM) 

Company H, Capt-ain John 

H. Flannery, annual al- 
lowance, 1805. $247 12 

Kifle practice, 1805, .... 50 00 

Armory rent, 1806, 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1806, 183 44 

IndiWdual pay, 1806, ... 854 48 

1,535 04 

Comjjany I, Captain Frank 

L. McKee, armory ret, 

1805 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1805,- 188 46 

Kifle practice, 1805 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1806, 180 46 

Individual pay, 1806, . . . 880 48 

1,400 40 

Twelfth Regioient 
H«aUquarters* Expenses. 
Colonel James B. Cory- 
ell, annual allowance, 

1805, *200 00 

Annual allowance, 1806, 200 00 
Individual pay, 1806, ... 812 16 
Horse hire, 1806, 102 00 

1,404 16 

Cempany A, Captain W. T. 

Barber, armory, a'ent, 

1805 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1805,. 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1805 50 00 



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Kxpendltures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Penn.sylvanla-i<mtinue«l. 

Annual allowance, 1896, 221 91 
Individual pay, 1890, ... 818 48 

1,540 39 

Company B, Captain Wil- i 

liam Sweeley, armory 

rent, 1805, ) |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 180 72 

Rifle practice, 1895 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896 2^3 33 

Individual pay, 1896, . 828 48 

Individual pay, 2 00 

1,494 53 

Company 0, Captain Wil- 
liam H. Straub, armory 

rent, 1895 $200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1896, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 137 65 
Individual pay, 1896, ... . 884 48 

: 1,522 13 

Company D, Captain B. H. 

Updegraff, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowiuice, 1895, 206 20 

Rifle practice, 1896, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 189 80 

Individual pay, 1896, . . . 912 48 

1,558 48 

Company E, Captain 

Charles M, Clement, 

armory rent, 1895, . . . |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 144 00 

Captain Charles M. Clem- 
ent, rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Captain John W. Weaver, 
individual pay, 1896,.. 860 48 

Annual allowanw, 1896, 209 40 

1,463 S^ 

Company F,Captain Charles 

P. Gearhart, armory 

rent, 1805, J200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 119 73 

Rifle practice, 1896, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 247 64 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Individual pay, 1896, ... 2 00 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 888 48 



50 00 


187 76 


912 98 


f 50 00 


200 00 


, 250 00 


, ' 250 00 


854 48 



Company G, Captain Even 

Basse]!, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Ann'ual allowance, 1895, 250 00 
Rifle practice, 1896,. 
Annual allowance, 1896, 
Individual pay, 1896. 

Company H, Captain Frank 
T. McNarney, rifle prac- 
tice, 1895, 

Annoi-y rent, 1895, . 

Annual allowance, 1895, 

Captan C. A. Smith, an 
nuaJ allowance, 1896, 

Individual pay, 1896, 

Thirteenth Regiment 
Headquarters* Expenses. 
Colonel Henry. A. Cour- 
sen, annual allowance, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1896,. 200 00 
Individual pay, 1896, ... 786 80 
Horse hire, 176 00 

Company A, Captain F. W. 

Stillwell, armory rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Annual allowance, 1896, 246 82 

Individual pay, 1896, ... 816 48 

Company B, Captain John 
W. Kambeck, armory 

rent, 1895, |200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 
Rifle practice, 1895, ... 50 00 



1,507 85 



1,600 74 



1,004 48 



1,362 80 



1,563 30 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Quard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 



Annual allowance, 1896, 250 00 
Individual pay, 1896, ... 860 48 



Company C, Captain Frank 




Bobling, Jr., armory 




rent, 1895, 


1200 00 


Annual allowance, 1895, 


236 70. 


Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


250 00 


Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


848 48 


Company D, Captain Fre- 




mont Stokes^ armory 




rent, 1895, 


<;2oo 00 


Annual allowance, 1895, 


250 00 


Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


250 00 


Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


859 48 


Company E, Captain O. L. 




Rowland, armory rent. 




1895, 


1200 00 


Annual allowance, 1895, 


250 00 


Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 


Captain Walter A.Wood, 




annual allowance, 1896, 


250 00 


Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


794 98 


Company F, Captain Eu- 




gene D. Fellows, ar- 




mory rent, 1895, 


1200 00 


Annaul allowance, 1896, 


236 40 


Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


250 00 


Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


821 23 


Company G, Captain R. .J. 




McOausland, armory 




rent, 1895, 


t200 00 


Annual allowance, 1895, 


249 00 


Rifle practice, 1895, 


50 00 


Annual allowance, 1896, 


250 00 


Individual pay, 1896, . . . 


760 48 



1.610 48 



1,585 18 



1,609 48 



1,544 98 



1,557 6:3 



1,609 48 

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Expenilltures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennaylvanla— Cy)ntlnu«Hl. 

Company H, Captain S. . 

Wells Corwin, armory 

rent, 1895, f 200 00 

Annual allowance, 1895, 250 00 
Rifle practice, 1895, . . 
Individual pay, 1896, 
Annual allowance, 1896, 
Individual pay, 1896, 

1,568 98 

si,04r» II 



50 00 


14 00 


243 00 


811 98 



STATE NAVAL MILITIA. 

HeadquarterB expenses — 
Commander Francis S. Brown, indi- 
vidual pay |4:^:> 44 

First Battalion, Ptiliadelpliia. 
Division A, Lieutenant Geo. 
C. Stout, aimott^ rent, 

1895, 1200 00 

Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Individual pay, 814 96 

Lieutenant E. Clinton 
Rhoads, miscellaneoois 

expenses, 37 50 

Joseph A. Steinmetz, 226 89 

Charles M. Simpson, colors, 60 12 
E. F. Atheriholt, quarter- 
master stores, 75 14 

Expenses, 1 07 22 

Miscellaneous expenses, 96 95 

Miscellaneous expenses, 100 47 

1,769 25 



Division B, Lieutenant 
Harry Hudson Smith, 
armory rent, 1895, ?200 00 
Rifle practice, 1895, 50 00 

Lieutenant Alex. W. Rus- 
sell^ Jr., individual x>ay, 844 00 



Hecond Battalion, Pittabnrf^b. 
Division A, Lieutenant 
William B. Ewing, ar- 
uiorv rent. 1895 |200 00 



1,094 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Ncttional Guard of Pennsylvania— Continued. 

• 

Rifle practice, 18»5, 50 00 

Miscellaneous expenses, 194 80 

Individual pay, 1,132 96 

Colors, 57 72 

OommisBary expenses, . . 208 20 

OonimiiSfiary, 55 80 

1,899 48 

'- 5,202 17 

TRANSPORT A T FON. 

Northern Central Railroad Company, f87 01 

Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh 

Railroad Company, 99 02 

Central Railroad Company of New 

Jersey, 8 10 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Qoon- 

pany, 205 46 

Pittsburgh, Shenango and Lake Erie 

Railroad Company, 891 43 

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 2,802 85 

New York and Long Branch Railroad 

Company, 48 35 

Union Transfer Company, 10 00 

Philadelphia, Wilmington and Balti- 
more Railroad Company, Ill 05 

Cornwall and Lebanon Railroad Com- i 

pany, 310 50 

Allegheny Valley Railroad Company, 3,861 17 

Delaware and Hudson Canal Company, 71 77 

New York, Lake Erfe and Western 

Railroad Company 2 25 

Philadelphia/ and Reading) Railroad 

Company, ' 6,819 62 

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western 

Railroad' Company, 1,027 38 

Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, . . . 1,530 24 
Cumberland Valley Railroad Com- 
pany 120 78 

Stony Creek Railroad Company, 21 64 

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern 

Railroad Company, 8 30 

Brie Railroad Company, 72 94 

Pittsburgh and Western Railroad 

Company, 13 75 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— Onntlnued. 

Wilkes-Barre and Wyoming Valley 

Traction Company, 12 94 

Pittsburgh, Browngville and Geneva 

Packet Company, 1 60 

Western New York and Pittsburgh 

Railroad Company, 364 49 

Old Colony Railroad Company, 3 00 

Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad 

Company, 743 37 

19,741 J 9 



MISGELLANKOUS. 

1. State Arsenal. 

Lieutenant Wiljiam F. Richard»on, . . $399 90 

D. B. Foote, 835 67 

Theodore Shaner, laborer, 54 40 

Thomas Caldwell, laborer, 600 00 

William Sponsler, laborer, 54 00 

G. W. Green, laborer, 729 00 

John F. Bamhard, laborer, 32 00 

George Granville, laborer, 843 37 

Mtb. Sarah Green, laundry at arsenal, 76 19 

Mrs. Sarah Green, laundry at arsenal, 11 73 

John S. Vandiver, freight charges, etc., 30 79 

W. A. Goodyear, Adams^ Express, ... 24 25 

Major B. D. Evans, expenses, 12 00 

J. E. Wilkinson, expenses, 49 50 

Samuel Lapp, expenses, 91 00 

W. F. Richardson, expenses, 136 01 

Lieutenat-Colonel R. F. Oullinan, ex- 
penses, 63 81 

Richard Haywood, 105 00 

David Challenger, July and August, 

J 896, , 31 00 

Joseph P. Quinn, 60 15 

George S. Rote, 59 75 

Harry Miller, 130 63 



2. Quartermasier's stores and Supplies. 

Woods & Co., 1:^,320 58 

Haywood Bros 27 00 

Ranch & Bros 288 84 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of PennBylvanla— Continued. 



C. S. W. Jones, 

Geo. P. Shape, 

Elden & Ecklert, 

Sponogle & Yeagher, 

W. B. McKie & Co., 

Harrisburg Harness and Saddlery 

Company, 

William H. Wilson, 

H^-nry Gilbert & Son, 

Military ManAifacturing Company, . . . 

Samuel Eberly, 

W. A. Squire, 

C. Seegar, 

Putnam & Crockett, 

W. H. Horstman, 

Susquehanna Woolen Company, 

Thos. Kent Manufacturing Company, 

C. O. Maginness, 

A. K. Breckenmaker, 

Strawbridge & Clothier, 

D. Fleming, 

Joseph A. Steinmetz, 

L. N. Stegle, 

Crystal Ice Company, 

Adams' Express Company, 

Tooley & McKinstrey, 

John W. Brown & Co., 

D. D. Boas, estate of, 

Augustus Thomas & Co., 

Harrisburg Foundry and Machine Co., 

John Wanamaker, 

Hartley & Graham, 

F. A. Hoyt & Co., 

George K. King, 

Ridabock & Co 

U. S. Baking Company, 

Thomas Martindale, 

John Denithorne, 

G. K. Watson, 

Thomas Bradley, 

Wanamaker Clothing Company, 

William K. Gillespie, 

H. B. Griffiths, 

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37 44 


73 25 


1,207 38 


164 49 


7 75 


11 00 1 


1,463 39 


211 51 


901 50 


93 75 


257 85 


3 80 


251 13 


9 00 


1,177 50 


2,279 36 


196 00 i 


7 50 


385 23 


14 00 


113 75 


583 71 


671 05 


54 55 


7 90 


27 00 


147 07 . 


946 34 


57 00 


276 23 


517 00 


205 98 


105 41 


86 00 


411 74 , 


1,430 35 


32 40 


382 65 


28 52 


9 00 


459 82 


504 50 


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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— rontlnued. 

J. I. Quigley, 3 20 

J. M. Hostetter, 51 76 

Colonel W. P. Bowman 800 00 

21. 018 08 

3. l*ouiuiit»8ary »toreH and ^^upplies. 

Captain C. S. W. Jones, |44 00 

Major W. O. Coolbaugh, 32 26 

J. D. Quigley, 1,304 05 

Sriponogle & Yeager, 99 57 

J. N. & W. H. Hoffman, 1,184 23 

Sohanck-Glenn Company, 360 00 

R. B. Ward & Co., 874 80 

Columbia Baiting Company 617 39 

Thomas Bradley 3,087 63 

7,603 93 

4. M ilitary Stores and Supplies. 

\Yinchester Repeating Arms Co., f925 00 

William H. Wilson, 69 47 

W. H. Horstman Company, 65 00 

Hartley & Graham, 555 00 

Hazard Powder Company, 225 79 

1,840 26 

5. Inspection Expenses. 

Major Frank G. Sweeney, Firist Brigade, $333 GO 

Major John P. Penney, Second Brigade, 50^4 1j2 

Major W. S. Miller, Third Bridgade, . . 312 75 

Charles A. Ghidding 25 00 

Sergeant William C. Scott, 135 00 

1,310 47 

Total inspection expenses, 3,ir#0 73 

6. Rifle Range Expenses. 

W. F. Shoop JIG 80 

W. F. Shoop, 128 55 

Joseph N. DavidtK>n, marivsmeii s deco- 
rations 3,374 41 

Colonel Asher Miner 325 38 

(.'olonel Asher Miner, 44 75 

Colonel Asher Miner, individual pay, . . . 420 95 
General Thomas J. Stewai't, individual 

pay 252 00 



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No. Z REPORT ON THE FINANCES. 299 

Expeiialtures of the Commonwealth. National Guard of Pennsylvania— (>»ntinued. 

General Thomas J. Stewart, individual 

pay, 2,017 50 

6,580 34 

Surgeon General's Department. 

J. Ellwood Lee Co f 159 50 

E. A. Yarnall Co., 296 00 

Charles Lentz & Sons, 296 00 

Harry J. Alker, 36 80 

Theodore Shaner, 32 50 

Musser's Pharmacy, 116 00 

T. W. Reed, 19 20 

Dr. E. W. Massenger, 45 09 

William Stahler 1,025 85 

W. H. Parcels, 10 00 

George A. Kelly Co., 45 03 

2,081 97 

7. Unclassilied. 

Liver}-, Howai'd Vanbuskirk, |15 00 

Livery, G. W. Williams, 10 00 

Livery, H. G. SwinehaTt, 25 00 

Revised army regulations, the Public 

Primteip, 175 OO 

Livery, J. D. Brown 75 00 

Colonel H. A. Shenton, court martial, 

First Brigade, 16 66 

Herman A. Teufel, court martial. First 

Brigvide,, 39 50 

Captain William K. Allen, (H)urt mar- 
tial, Firat Brigade, 10 00 

Major A. H. Hasitung, court martial. 

First Brigade, 13 90 

Serjeant C.B.Fulloway, court mai-tial. 

First Brigade, 17 50 

Major David Lewis, court martial. 

First Brigade 13 90 

Major John S. HaMman, cDurt mar- 
tial. Ninth regiment 52 90 

Army and Navy Journal 57 34 

Lieutenant Colonel James M. Graham, 

court martial 24 99 

Lieutenant Colonel N. M. Smith, court 

martial, 29 19 

Lieutenant Colonel Rufus C. Elder, 

court martial, 24 99 

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20 % 


30 00 


116 00 


34 00 


210 60 


20 10 


125 00 


24 99 



Lieutenant Colonel W. F. Mechling. 

court martial, 

Major J. J. Miller, court martial, 

L. F. Haney, court martial, 

W. H. Felix, horse hire, 

W. H. Felix, horae hire 

Major H. P. Moyer, computation for 

transport a tion, , 

F. L. Marks, Manager, 

Alex. Black Goal Co., 

Lt. Oal. J. B. R. Streator, 



Recapitulation. 

General expenses: 

Division headquarters, . . . f4,852 53 

Military board, 3,250 00 

First brigade, 79,310 96 

Second brigade, 89,642 55 

Third brigade, 81,045 11 

State naval militia, 5,202 17 

1263,303 32 

Transportation, 19,741 19 

Miscellaneous : 

1. State Arsenal, f 1,043 61 

2. Quartermaster's stores, 21,618 08 

3. Commissary stores, 7,603 93 

4. Inspection, 3,150 73 

5. Rifle ranges, 0,580 34 

6. Surgeon general, 2,061 97 

7. Unclassified, 1,207 40 

46,286 06 



1,207 40 



329,330 57 



15. PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES. 

Allegheny County. 

Patrick F. Leonard, July 1 to 

December 31, 1895, f 48 00 

Mrs. Mary A. Harris, July 1 

to Decemiber 31, 1896, ... 96 00 
Wm. W. Snowden, July 1 to 

December 31, 1895, 96 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1896, 96 00 



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Expendlturet of th« Commonweftlth. Pensions and Gratuities— Continued. 

Wm. Neil, July 1 to December 

31, 1896, 100 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1896, 100 00 

536 00 

Armstnangr County. 

Mrs. Barbara Ella Walter, 
July 1 to December 31, 

1895, f48 00 

Jamuary 1 to June 30, 1896, 48 00 

96 00 

Berks County. 

Lewis Hagenman, July 1 to 

Decemiber 31, 1895, f 90 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1806, 90 00 
Wm^ Keller, July 1 to De- 
cember 31, 1895, 48 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1896, 48 00 
Michael MoOallough, July 1 

to December 31, 1895, ... 36 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1896, 36 00 
h. M. Neischenwerder, June 

30, 1895, to June 30, 1896, 60 00 

408 00 

Butler County. 

Mrs. Rebeoca Miller, July 1 

to December 31, 1896,. . . |60 00 
January 1 to June 30, 1896, 60 60 

120 00 

Crawford County. 

Levi Lamb, July 1 to December 31, 1895, |100 00 

Cumberland County. 
Mtb. Margaret Ratz, July 1 to 

December 31, 1895, $48 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1896, 48 00 

96 00 

Dauphin County. 

Marshell Quay, July 1 to De- 
cember 31, 1895, J125 00 

January 1 to July 30, 1896, 125 00 

250 00 



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302 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. : OC 

KxpenditureH of the Commonwealth. Pensions and Gratuities— Continued. 

Dv-laware County. 

Mrs. Eliza M<?Bride, July 1 to 

December 31, 1895, ..... If37 50 
January 1 to June M, 1896, 37 50 

75 00 

Erie County. 

Andrew Boyd, quarter end- 
ing November 30, 1895, . |48 00 
Quarter eudiup February 

29, 1890, 48 00 

Quarter eudiug May 31, 

1896, 48 00 

Q\ianer ending Auj^ust 31, 

1896, 48 00 

Quarter endiu^i: November 

30, 1896, 48 00 

Patrick T^eonard, January 1 

to June 30, !«)(•., 48 00 

2S8 00 

Fayette County. 

Mrs. Alena Patterson, July 1 to Decem- 
ber 31, 1895, 37 50 

FrankUn County. 
Amanda Kuukel, quarterend- 

ing November !W, 1895,. . »24 00 
Quarter ending February 

29, 1896, 24 00 

Quarter endiiig May 31, 

1896 24 00 

Quarter ending August 31, 

1896, 24 00 

Quarter ending November 

30, 1896 24 00 

Joseph Jones, July 1 to De- 
cember 31, 1895 25 00 

Jnnuary 1 to June 30. 1896, . 25 00 

170 00 

Fulton 0» unty. 
Mary A. Harris, January 1 to June 30, 

"^1896 96 00 



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No •:. REPORT ON THE FINANCES. 303 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Pensions and Qratuit'es — Continued. 

Indiana County. 
For term eiMiinji^ November 30,1895,. . 41 45 

Jefferson County. 
Mrs. Jane Baker, July 1 to 

December 31, 189.1, |60 00 

Jamiaiy 1 to June 30, 189G, GO 00 

120 00 

i^ackawanna County. 

Frank irarahall, July 1 to De- 
cember 31, 1895, |120 00 

Jannai'v 1 to June 30, 1890, 120 00 

240 00 

Lancaster County. 

Heirs of Amelia Wisler, de- 
ceased, July 1 to Novem- 
ber S, 1895, |14 93 

Iloward J. Erisman, six 
monthis ending March 31, 

189G 50 00 

Six mouths ending Septem- 
ber 30, 1896, 50 00 

114 93 

Luzerne County, 

Reuben Wenner, July 1 to December 31, 

1895, 48 00 

McKean County. 

James .Mclntyj-e, July 1 to 

December 31, 1895 |37 50 

January 1 to June :M), 1890, 37 50 

75 00 

Montgomery County. 

Mrs. Elizabeth S. Gillis, July 

1 to Decern Iv^r .^1. 18%. ^^^7 "^o 

January 1 to June 30, 1800, 37 50 

75 00 

Philadelphia County. 
Henry Shaw, six months end- 
ing December :U, 1895, . . $37 50 
Jannnry 1 to June 30, 1896, 37 50 



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804 AUDITOR GENERAL OP PENNSYLVANIA. Oft. I»C, 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Pensions and Gratuit'-es^-Continued. 

Mrs. E. L. Drake, July 1 to 

Dec^nber 31, 1895, 750 00 

January 1 to June 30, 106, 750 00 
MrsAnnie K. Stephens, July 

1 to December 31, 1805, 37 50 

January 1 to June 30, 189C, .37 60 

1,650 00 

Potter County. 

Daniel Fuller, July 1, to December 31, 

1805, : 100 00 

Schuylkill County. 

Henry Shappell, July 1 to i i i • 

December 31, 1895, 48 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1896, 48 00 

'■ . 96 00 

Snyder County. 

Samuel F. Sheaiy, July 1 tx> : ! 

December 31, 1895, 50 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1896, 50 00 

. 100 00 

Tioga County. 
Perry Clark, July to Decem- 

cember 31, 1895, 96 00 

Januajy 1 to June 30, 1896, 96 00 

David CJostley, July 1 to De- > 

cember 31, 1805, 48 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1896, 48 00 

288 00 

Foreign. 
James S. Crawford, July I 

to December 31, 1895, . . 48 00 

January 1 to June 30, 1896, 48 00 

Sarah E. Preston, Janoiary 1 

to Jane 30, 1896, 48 00 

144 00 

Wayne County. 
Mrs. Sarah E. Preston, July 1, to Decem- 
ber 31, 1895, 48 00 



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Na 2. REPORT ON THE FINANCES. 806 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Military caalms. 

16. MILITARY CLAIMS. 
Act of Mfty 24, 1889. 

Jeremiah H. Boone, senrioes aa private 
in oompany D, Third Pennsylvania Re- 
serves, one month and fourteen days, 16 13 

John O. Pagan, services ae private in 
company K, one month and fifteen 
days, in 1861, 16 50 

W. S. Lamb, services in oompany D, pri- 
vate, Third regiment Reserve Volun- 
teer CJorps, one month and fifteen 
days, April 19, 1861, to June 4, 1861, 16 50 

Albert Oomish, Sr., services as private, 
company K, MoOlain's three months' 
Brie regiment, balance due from April 
21, 1861, to July 26, 1861, 16 50 



17. HARRISBURQ PIRE COMPANIES. 
Acts of 1898 and 1895. 

Washington Hose Company, 

1895, 1100 00 

1896, 100 00 

200 00 

Mount Vernon Hook and Lad- 
der Conupanv, 1895, 100 00 

1896, lOOOO 

200 00 

Priendlship Fire Oompcuiy, No. 1, 1896, . 100 00 

dtizens' Steam Pire Engine Company, 100 00 

Paxton Steam Pire EJngine Oompany, . . 100 00 

Shamrock Pire Company, 100 00 

Reilly Hose Compony, , 100 00 

Goodwill Steam Fire Engine Comqpany, 

1896, < 100 00 

Hope Steam Pire Engine Company, . . . 100 00 
Mt Pleasant Steam Pire Engine Com- 
pany, 1896, lOi) 00 

Suequehanna Steam Pire Engine 
Oompany, 100 00 



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:J<!6 auditor general of PENNSYLVANIA. Off. I>OC. 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Escheats. 



18. ESCHEATS. 

A. G. jMiller, escheator, fees and ex- 
p(»n«es in escheated estate of Caro- 
line M. Collin.s, deceased, late oF Cum- 
berland county, 20 55 

J. P. Bixler, ewlieator. liin nhare as in- 
fonner of es<rheated estate of Caroline 
M. Collins, deceased, lare of Carlisle, 
Pa., HUi \)7 

Joseph Vance, escheator, his share a« 
informer in escheated estate of Susan 
Vaner, deceased, late of Philadelphia, 107 22 

Mrs. Ann Thoni]>son, administratrix and 
sole heir of Maria Bull, deceased, re- 
funding: of (escheated) dividends^cmtilii* 
capital stock of the BirmingTiam & 
Pittsburg Bridj^e Companv, belonging 
to Maria Bull, deceased, act of June 
25, 1805, 1,332 00 

Edwin H. Coane, compensation as in- 
former in escheated estate of Louis 
Steffems, deceased, late of Philadel- 
phia, 670 89 

J. Edward Carpenter, fet s and expenses 
as escheator in estate of Louis Stef- 
fens, deceased, late of Philadelphia,. . 108 63 

William F. Johnson, informant in es- 
c*ieate<l estate of Peter Jakey, of 
Philadelphia, deceased, \a full for one- 
third of escheat paid into the State 
treasury, 208 90 

J. Peter Klinges, commission, fees and 
attorney rosts in full as escheator in 
estate of Peter Jakey, of Philadelphia, 
deceased, 98 20 



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No. r., REPORT ON THE FINANCES. 807 

Ex!>en(liture8 of the Commonwealth. Collateral Inheritance Tax. 

19. REFUNDED CX>LI^TERAL TNHERITANOK 

TAX. 

Ellwood Beck, executor of estate of Rob- 
ert J. Johnson, deceas(^, late of Phila- 
delphia, 4 85 

William Wolf, administrator, amount 
paid in error by the estate of George 
Wolf, deceased, late of lierks county, 
. Pa., .\ 143 51) 

Joseph Henry Trewby, executor, amount 
paid in error by the estate of Hope 
Dixon, deceased, late of Chester coun- 
ty, Pa., 13:? 87 

Margnret A. McLaujchlin, administratrix 
of AVilliam McLaughlin, deceased, 
amount paid in error, act of 1887, ... 43 \H\ 

Henry Haines, executor, refunding col- 
lateral inheritance tax i)aid in error 
by estate of Elizabeth A. Giberson, de- 
ceased, late of Philadelphia, 955 10 

C. S. Ritchie, exwutor, refunded collat- 
eral inheritance tax i>aid in error on 
the estate of Elizabeth M. Boon, de-* 
ceased, late of Washington county, 
Act of 1878, P. L. 298 22 05 

Sylvester H. Sprinkle., exf-cutor, refund- 
ing collateral inheritance tax, Act of 
June 12, 1878 35 62 

Sarah Elizabeth liobinson, executrix of 
Margaret H. Lainhotf, refunded collat- 
eral inheritance tax on differen<!e be- 
tween f 100.00 charg(Ml in account and 
five per centum of t^Iie estate, viz: flt- 
005.29, 44 49 

Abraham Eddh innn, executor, collateral 
inheritance tax paid in error on the es- 
tate of David Bean, deceased, late of 
Trappe, Montgomery county, Pa., 19 09 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Miscellaneous. 



20. MISCEILLANEOUS. 

Thomas B. Cochran, revising, editing 
and supervising the printing of the 
1896 edition of Smull's Legislative 
Hand Book, per Act of April 25, 1895, 
P. L. 42, 1,200 00 

George W. Storm, painting the portrait 
of Ex-Lieutenant Gov*irnor Laui« A. 
Waties, Act of July 31, 1895, 500 00 

B. J. Haywood, erection of equestrian 
statue of Major John F. Hartranft, 
Oapitol grounds, HaiTis-burg, Pa., 250 00 

B. J. Haywood, erection of equeertrian 
statue of Major Jolin W. Hartranft, 
Capitol grounds, Harrisburg, Pa., 250 00 

Alleg»heny County Commissioners on 
State tax on personal property for 
1896, Act of March 25, 1831, P. L. 208, 3,299 69 

William S. Brown, treasurer of Alle- 
gheny county; Commissioners on State 
tax on personal projhM'ty for year» 
1894-95, 5,960 69 



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Valuation of Peraonal Property. 



V. statement 

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4.6.0 87 


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4.299 10 


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9 251 1\ 


124 74 


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39,074 46 


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390 71 


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10,528 5i 


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4.82(J 72 


64 93 


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713 89 


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4,4 46 


3 2S9 69 


44 21 


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8,268 58 


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5,300 48 


71 29 


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3.313 39 


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10,224 07 


137 69 


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11.014 32 


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Valuation of Personal Property. 



V. statement 

ShowiDg the valuation of personal property in the several counties of this Common- 
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for the year 1895, also amount of said tax returnable to the several counties. 



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Off. Doc. 



Valuation of Personal Property— Continued. 



STATEMENT V— Continued. 



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6,334 9i 

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2,221 47 

23.688 88 

84,631 08 

9.034 63 

16.92» 97 

22.168 80 

34.318 44 

19,9!3 99 

8,324 ^2 

9.622 92 

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22.218 20 

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10.974 83 

7.2 19 

3.16>68 

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3.>2'> 6^ 

3,781 59 

1.619 44 

17.588 98 

62.838 58 

6.708 U 

11.825 08 

2'{.886 08 

2B.4T7 72 

14.793 66 

6.181 18 

7.146 02 

8,380 85 

3.447 46 

58.729 82 

1.787 88 

20,835 57 

11.606 62 
2.405 15 



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STATEMENT V— Continued. 




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Snyder, ...., 
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4,^9 299 87 

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221,940 41 
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1.367.300 00 

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1.321 43 
8.988 24 


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981 16 1 
2.181 64 1 



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6. 282 75 
669 17 
5.936 69 
7.251 16 
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8.496 36 
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41.244 M 



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VII. Interest Certificates. 

Htatement showing the original amount of certificates issued to the liolders of the 
public loans, for interest due thereon at the periods heroin stated, the amounts of 
the same canceled and funded, and the amounts outstandiug, together with ihoH«) 
unclaimed. 

CERTIFICATES ISSUED. 

For iiiteivst due Au^ni^t 1, 1842, |8b3,U3;^ 76 

For interei^ due February 1, 1843, 864,016 97 

For interest due August J, 1843, 914,737 03 

For interest due February 1, 1844, 918,217 71 

For interest due August 1, 1844 922,818 54 

For guaranteed interest due Bald 

Eagle and Spring Creek Navigation 

Company, January 1, 1843, 5,000 00 

For guaranteed interest due Danville 

and Pottsvilie liailroiid Company, 

December, 1842, 15,000 00 



Total issue of certificates, |4,5()2»821 01 

Of this sum there has been funded and 
and canceled as follows: 

Certificates of August, 1842: 

Funded per act April 29, 

1844, 122,752 80 

Funded per act April 16, 

1845, 805,6IK5 66 

Received in payment of 

debts due the Common- 
wealth, 5,641 43 

1834,087, 80 



Certificates of February, 1843 : 

Funded per act April 16, 

1845, 1836,411 71 

Received in payment of 
debts due the Common- 
wealth 56 00 



836,466 71 



Certificate's of August, 1843: 

Funded per act April 16, 

1845 1887,074 56 

Received in payment of 

debts due the Oommon- 

wealth, 100 00 



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Int«rwt and Certlflcate*— Continued. 

Certiflcatea of February, 1844 : 
Funded per act April IG, 

1845, #888,563 28 

Received in payment of 

debts due the Oommon- 

weallb 1,071 73 

889,635 01 

Certificates of August, 1844: 

Funded per act April 16, 

\m^ ♦81>3,24>2 18 

Ueceived in payment of 
debts due the Common- 
wealth, 100 54 

893,302 72 

i^ertirioates of the Bald Fagle and 8priiig Creek 
Navigation Company. 

Funded per act Ax>ril 20, 

1844, 12,328 75 

Funded per act April 16, 

1846, 2,498 75 

4,827 50 

C'ertilicate^ of the Danville and Fottsville 
Railroad Couii>any. 

Funded per act April 29, 

1844, 18,183 33 

Funded per act April 16, 

1845, 6,816 67 

15,000 00 

4,360,494 39 

Balance of unfunded certificates, |1 42,329 62 

The following amount of outstanding 

certificates has been redeemed at the 

State treasury during the fiscal years 

ending with November 30, 1852, to 

1:894, inclusive, viz: 

Certificates of August, 1842, |24,947 72 

Certificates of February, 1843, 25,247 84 

Certificates of Aunrust, 1S43 25,469 945 

Certificates of February, 1844, 26,322 60 

Certificates of August, 1841, 27,207 96 

(Vrtiticales of IJakl Eagle and .Sij>rinjx 

Creek Navigation Company, 125 00 

129,291 OS 

Leaving outstanding December 1, 1896 |13,038 54 

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Intereet and Certiacates-<k>ntlnued. 

The following are the outstanding cer- 

tiflctttes composing the snm, viz: 

Certificate* of August, 1842, f3,998 15 

Certificates of Febrnary, 1843, 2,332 42 

Certificates of Augimt, 184.X 2,092 51 

Certificates of February, 1844, 2,260 10 

Certificates of August, 1.^44 2,307 8(» 

Certificates of Bald Eagle and Spring 

Creek Navigation Company, 47 50 

113,038 54 



To which may be added the amount of 
interest due for which certificates 
have not been claimed, hence not is- 
sued, viz: 

For interest due August, 1892, |255 10 

I'or interest due Febiuary, 1843, 700 30 

For interest du»3 August, 1843 681 80 

For interest due February, 1S44 2.(K)4 29 

For interest due August, 1844, 716 77 



4,448 38 



Total ♦17,486 92 



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Relief Notes Issued by the Several Banks of the Commonwealth. 



VIII. Relief Notes. 



Statement showing the several banks of this Commonwealth that Issued notes 
in pursuance of the Act of May 4, 1841, the original amount issued by them 
respectively, the amount of the same redeemed and cancelled, and the amount 
remaining In circulation, together with those banks that re-issued said notes in 
pursuance of the Act of April 10, 1849, and the amounts of re>issue outstanding. 



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Bank of Northern Liberties, 

Bank of Penr. Township 

Manafaciarers and Mechanics' Bank 

Moyamensing Banli 

Bank of ChambersburR 

Bank of Chester County, . . : 

Bank of Delaware t'onnty 

Bank of tiermantown 

Bank of Getty aburR 

Bank of LewlBtown 

Bankof Miidletown 

Bank of Northumberland 

Bank of Susquehanna County 

Berks County Bank 

Carlisle Bank 

Columbia Bank and Bridge Company 

Brie Bsnk 

Bxchanfie Bank of Pittsburgh 

Farmers' Bank of Bucks County 

Farmers' Bank of Lancaster, 

Farmers' Bank of Reading 

Farmers and i>roTers Bank. Waynesburg 

Harrisburv Bank 

luancaster Bank, 

Ijanoaster County Bank 

Lebanon County Bank 

Merchants and Manufacturers' Bank. Pittsburgh, 

Miners' Bank. PottSTllle 

Monongahela Bank of Brownsville 

Northampton Bank 

Tnwanda Bank 

West Branch Bank 

Wyttming Bank, Wilkes-Bar re 

York Bank 



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80 260 

*d2.500 
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71.612 
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35.524 
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875.474 I 

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76.042 
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18,750 
17,570 

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81.171 

107.500 
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78.817 
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29,789 
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24,758 

375.474 

171,874 
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17.099 

118,667 
49.006 
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29.289 

107.500 
24,706 
29,814 
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Amount in droatation of new Issues 56,826 



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* These banks, under the authority of the elerenth and twelfth sections of the Act of May 4, 1841, is- 
sued the following sums, in addition to those here sUted, and pledged to the Auditor General, as 
seearity for the redemption of the same, equal amounts of flve per centum State stock, tIs: 

Moyamenslng Bank 112,600 

Bank of Mlddletown 5,060 

Bank of Susquehanna County 6.200 

922,7bO 

Of these Issues, the Bank of Commerce (late Moyamenslng) has redeemed f 11.800. and recelTCd back 
the same amount of the pledged security, whilst at the State Treasury there has been redeemed of the 
issues of the Bank of Mlddletown the sum of 18,546, and of the Bank of Suttquehanna County $4,471, for 
which equal amounts of the pledged stocks have been canceled, leaving still in circulation of these 
extra issues— MoyamenHlriK Bank, 1700, Bank of Mlddletown, 11.505 and the Bank of Susquehannn 
County. 1729. 

I The Berks County Bank made an over- issue of relief notes to the amount of 128,501. For the redemp- 
ion of these the Commonwealth became responsible, pursuant to the Act of January 29. 1845, and hns 
redeemed the sum of 927.554, leaving still in circulation $947. 

NOTi.— Under the construction given to the Act of April 10, 1849, in accordance with the opinion of 
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IX. Domestic Creditors. 

statement Bhowing the names of the original holders of the outstanding scrip 
Issued to domestic credi tors ) and the number, original amount, amount redeemed 
and amount remaining unpaid ot the respective certificates. 



Names. 


Number. 
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Original 
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Amount 
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Amount 
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$25 00 




$25 00 



Original amount of certificates issued, $1,514,332 17 

Of which there has been redeemed the sum of, 1,514,807 17 

Balance outstanding, $25 00 



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X. statement. 

Showing the amount of stock held by the Commonwealth in sundry corporations 
on the Ist day of December, 1896. 



Names of Oorpk>rations. 



Canal and Navigation Companies, 



Delaware and Schuylkill Canal, 

Bristol Steam Tow-Boat Comi>any, 
Bald Eagle and Spring Creek Navigation Com- 
pany, 

Tioga Navigation Company (now railroad), . . 



Turnpike Company. 
Harrisburg, Carlisle A Chambersburg, 

Bridge Company, 
Tunkhannock Bridge Company, . . . . 



Number 
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1,500 
320 



Par value. 



1,660 



Total value. 



960 00 
26 00 

60 00 



60 00 



Amount 



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8,000 00 

260,807 47 
81,647 16 



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XI. 

PUBLIC DEBT. 

Statement Showing the Indebted uess of the Goiumouwealth of Pennsylvania 
on the first day of December, 1896. 



Funded debt: 
Three and one-htilf per cent, corrency 

loan, f 1,542,900 00 

Pour per cent, currenc^y loan, 4,521,250 f)0 

b^ix per cent. Agricultural College 

scrip bond, 500,000 00 

Proceeds on ssile of experimental 

farms, 17,000 00 



16,681,150 00 



Unfunded debt and debt upon which interest has 
ceased: 

Kelief not(\5 in circulation ft)6,132 00 

Interest certificates unclaimed, 4,448 38 

Interest certificates outstandinjjj 13,038 54 

^ix per cent. Ohanibersburg certificates 

unclaimed, 96 85 

L>omefctic creditor, 25 00 

Five per cent, bonds upon which in- 
terest has ceased, 18,514 70 

Six per cent, bonds upon which in- 
terest has ceased, 2,000 00 



Debt bearing no interest, 1:>4,1.V) 47 



Public debt December 1, 1806, f6,815,305 47 



Public debt as it stood December 1, 1895 |6,8J6.309 17 

Amount of debt redeemed at the State Treasury 
during the fiscal year ending December 30, 1895: 
New four per cent, loan Act of April 
1, It^Tli, reimbursable February 1, 

1892, redeemed |1,000 00 

lielief ni)te Lancaster Bank re-is- 
sued. Act of May 4, l?ai 4 00 

1,004 00 



Public debt December 1, 189(>, »6.815,305 47 



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Mlseellaneous Statistics. 



XII. Miscellaneous Statistics in Reference to Appro- 
priations. 



AppropriationB for two years ~ 8 c— ton 18(15. 

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EduoaUoual 118,790,096 78 

Charitable Institutions, 1,698,773 09 

Care and treatment of indigent insane and boildings 1,226,68149 

Penitentiaries and reformatories, 689,254 10 

Departments, 1,128,491 08 

Judiciary, 1,334,600 00 

Legislature, 617,241 06 

Interest on public debt, 688,743 00 

Public rrinting and binding, 472,356 00 

National Guard, 700,000 00 

Miscellaneous, 755,521 00 

Total, $22,948,757 65 



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RECAPITULATION. -TABULAR STATEMENT G, Bhowiog the Groas Amoant 
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deductions or cost ot collection, the net amount paid and the rate percent of 
cost of collecting the same, for the year 1885. 

I. Gross amount of all kinds of licenses, 11.453,625 77 

I. T)e»UiC'tions from I.lcensos: 

a. Uncollectible $48,685 53 

b. Commissions 13.209 15 

c. Cost of advertising the "List," .. 33,505 07 

d. Other expenses 19,32160 

J I. Exi;>en3es paid by warrant: 

a. Mileage of the mercantile ap- 

praiser, 3,161 06 

b. Costs in suits against delin- 

quents, 10,620 13 

Total cost of collection $128,502 64 or .08 K-lO o. p. 

Net amount paid, $1,325,123 23 

II. Pamphlet Laws, charged for 1895, $795 00 

T. Commissions due county treasurers 39 75 or .06 per cent. 

Net amount paid, $755 25 

III. Gross amount of collateral inheritance tax $1,126,961 46 

I. Deductions or cost of collecting: 

a. Commissions of the register $41,774 27 

b. Appraisers fees per act of 1895, .. 10,586 70 

c. Attorney fees and other expenses, 964 51 

Total cost of collection. 53,325 48 or .04 7-10 p. c. 

Net anwunt paid, $1,073,635 98 

IV. Gross amount of tax on writs, wills, deeds, etc., $161,556 00 

I. Commissions of county officers 4,846 65 or .03 per cent. 

Net amount paid $156,708 36 

V. C4ro8S amount of tax on county loans $115,427 26 

L Commissions 1,466 25 or .01 3-10 p. c. 

Net amount paid, $113,971 00 

VI. Gross amount of tax on personal property, $2,680,307 63 

I. Commissions, 13,263 36 or .00 5-10- p. c. 

Net amount paid $2,667,044 17 

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I. Licensea $1,453,626 77 

IT. Pamphlet laws j 796 00 > 

III. Collateral Inheritance tax 1.1M,961 46 

IV. Tax on writs, wills, deeds, etc 161.655 00 

V. Tax on county loans 115,427 25 

VI. Tax on personal property j 2,680,807 53 

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I. STATEMENT. 
Showing the Beceipts and Expenditures at the State Treasury, from the 
year 1791, to the 30th day of November, 1895. 



Receipts, 

State Treasury 

1791 to 1896. 


Paymenu. 

State Treasury 

1791 to 1895. 


BaUnce in 

State Treasury 

Nov. 80. 


1791 


$352,66216 


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1792, 


850,497 26 


677,888 85 ' 


1793, 


565,96430 


806.484 42 


1794 


932,55115 


630.852 40 


1795 


254,48116 


001.198 81 1 


1796 


295,93150 


291.402 17 > 


1797 


203.79163 


230,46127 


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169,723 67 


198.893 10 


1799 


233.378 43 


818,719 68 


1800 


872,009 39 


254.814 40 


1801, 


245,699 81 


22S.966 22 ; 


1802, 


280.96911 


286.091 06 1 


1803, 


299.99127 


303.684 60 


1804 


866,413 89 


263,863 88 


1805, 


215,310 36 


229.582 80 


1806 


240.609 18 


309,826 01 


1807 


261.05016 


240,478 41 


1808, 


250,44072 


295,496 89 


1809 


547,95049 


312.139 95 


1810 


353.96508 


94.389 78 


1811, 


408.309 75 


889.889 22 


1812, 


438.913 82 


808.960 84 


1813, 


492.908 19 


836.187 15 


1814 


845.977 07 


1,156.529 97 


1815 


708.64764 


660.735 29 


1816 


684,690 72 


487.006 94 


1817 


877.762 92 


962.564 54 


1818 


633,34624 


633.188 99 


1819, 


539.82572 


592.254 18 


1820 


440.80155 


463,028 06 


1821 


1,420.686 40 


964,806 87 


1822 


411.43227 


671.042 86 


1823 


468.857 93 


742.109 68 


1824 


650.667 61 


684,Sn 85 


1825 


643,79029 


602.880 05 


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677.61809 


690.089 18 


1827 


1,588.757 12 


1,675,881 30 


1828 


8,129.47009 


3.107,552 61 


1829 


8,610.388 02 


3,624.777 61 


1830, 


6.331.449 31 


6,857.894 60 


1831 


3,033,978 67 


8,068.926 64 


1832 


4.694,88922 


4,602,204 88 


1883 . 


4,047.05062 


3.796.794 48 


1834 


4,876,748 05 


6.190 079 16 


1835 


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8,181.860 81 , 


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8.209.30166 

6,567,20666 


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6.971 490 n 
7.279.120 98 


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6.380.78228 


4,896.164 86 


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2,780.608 40 

8.404.434 87 

2.331.765 68 

3.010.06284 

3.529.057 28 

3.977.02589 

8.881.776 22 

4.433.68865 

4,488.181 51 

4.. •570. 398 98 

7,716.552 17 

9,486.770 08 

5.953.670 66 

5.390.474 11 


8.887.811 62 
8,499,144 00 
1.847.886 15 
8.289.028 18 
8,629.264 67 
8.6R0.818 74 
8.936.376 68 
4.084,771 80 
4.669.063 94 
4.780.667 58 
7,167.920 88 
10,144.968 73 
5.437.1S8 29 
5,385.705 52 


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3.479.257 31 


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8,687.147 32 


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6.743.52502 


5,873.362 88 


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5.211.74763 

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4.733.81302 

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4.814.964 06 
4.988,441 09 
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Receipts. 

State Treasury 

1791 to 1895. 


PaymenU, 
1791 to 1896. 


fialance in 

State Treasury 

Nov. 30. 


1867 


128.428.880 07 
6.216.049 56 
6,241.7U 28 
6,836.603 24 
7,197.945 62 
7.148.637 45 
7.076.728 20 
6.871.968 27 


125.602.526 88 
8.864.960 64 
4.894.806 16 
6.434.622 91 
7,024,079 85 
7.142.990 43 
6.784.027 67 
6,642.567 86 




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1891.. 
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368 90 
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711 13 
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6,633. 
6. 629. 
6.820. 
6,926, 
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6.706, 
7.643, 
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7.366 
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912 30 
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1.914,831 98 
1.816.046 90 
1,890,019 13 
8.467,798 06 
3.634.538 OS 
2,117.585 11 
1.784.041 86 
2.101.457 57 
2.880.841 47 
3,687.035 66 
3.969,587 53 
4.426.645 45 
6.679.854 56 
6,000.644 96 
5.830.806 07 
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S.859 86 

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12,027 27 

12.457 66 

13,258 961 

16.283 04 

21.454 91 

17,-198 23 

16,378 58 

43.158 96 

40,223 41 

37.904 09 

2S.e05 25 

17,448 16 

24,298 71 

21.553 69 

12.948 61 

13.559 22 

U,325 42 

7,242 80 

5.230 61 

18.457 03 

90,088 38 

39.521 17 

17,511 47 

17.890 56 

25.225 02 

26.818 52 

139.844 63 

48,212 11 

45.724 73 

63.085 48 

82,695 18 

14.641 25 

4,088 47 

8.934 42 

8.762 89 

1.619 71 

2.839 00 

8,419 40 

6.605 47 

6.159 99 
4.165 07 
2,167 19 
2.825.04 
8.526 21 
2,596 46 
1,789 60 
3.499 38 
2.942 35 
2.893 67 
2.186 08 
2.1.'W 99 

2.160 20 


896.207' 
89,622 
77.287' 
88,972 
92,865 
90,148 
86.689 
75.631 
78,653 
68,105. 
63,671 
71,316 
75,636 
74,870 
88.493 
73,200 
74,202 
66.901 
70.638 
60.056 
63,352 
35,893 
40.067 
53.647 
70.217 
85.898 
93.629 
90.853 
77,352 
72.114 
61.280 
66,826 
86.703 
18.765 
18,761 
16.494 
16.606 
14,082 
469 

9.058 

6.343 
28.400 

6.538 
14.188 

9,178 

6,018 
17.017 

9.004 
11.694 
13.269 

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26.093 
15.777 
15,927 
15.379 
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8166.247 82 

148.447 62 

85,778 79 

19.161 29 

2,116 25 

1.199 00 

. 1.263 60 

1.076 79 

1.950 00 

1,950 00 

2.460 00 

475 46 

419 52 

374 48 

231 79 


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96,935 
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46.705, 
86,675 
75,384 
128.307 
118,048 
161,838 
153.877 
233.783 
146.960 
220,004 
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343.138 
266.184 
245,242 
260.740 
202 017 
227,114 
91.414 
183.510 
228.299 
403.399 ' 
205.911 
28.946 
3.313 


862,749 
48, 2S 
50,275 
47,090 
40,150 
36.112 
46.888 
34,963 
33.306 
89,922 
118,142 
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110.399 
107.028 
211.805 
101,705 
166.453 
203.. -.71 
212.994 
206.642 
22S.693 
244.472 
264,457 
239,093 
264.623 
279.076 
289.898 
317,742 
326,504 
329.211 
368.307 
377.466 
894.254 
371.497 
379.509 
477.854 
642.940 
423.910 
362. .^.'iS 
414.091 
754.155 
504.988 
493.862 
489.935 
426.429 
634.888 
444.548 
565.168 
322.560 


876,375 
81,181 
91.528 
72.860 
72.791 
76.078 
120,570 
152.604 
136.473 
177,141 
191.859 
187.319 
123,502 
202,418 
317,086 
303,235 
180.916 
189,920 
209.037 
235.228 
271.122 
186.275 
290.117 
211.512 
262.717 
824.618 
380.232 
436,228 
867,075 
458.829 
437.983 
481.015 
444,780 
462,579 
480.085 
469,226 
382.816 
438,664 
882.715 
876.066 
216.255 
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805,934 
816.123 
301.658 
4.53.428 
301.978 
405.105 
357.475 
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269.992 
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1843 






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1862 

1863 

1864 

1865 

1866 
















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429 43 
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217 57 
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267 78 














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1873 

1874 

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1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1888 

1884 

1886 

1886 

1887 

1888, 

1889 






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79.688 
38.172 
70.418 
138.119 
49.085 
90.989 
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111,616 


16,534 


9,886 


33,886 


17.960 


31,717 


18.191 


40,181 


13.847 


30,649 


25.378 


29,845 


20.893 


24.252 


19.669 


28.411 


21.773 


22.286 


7,769 


45,296 


41,224 


45,148 


26,651 


41,288 


29.219 


43.047 , 


26,190 


41.738 


24.509 



128.400 


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36,076 ' 
30,572 
31.426 ; 
43.996 i 
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200.801 ' 
163.101 ' 
324 801 
422,479 
418,688 
422.216 , 
457.496 1 
446.136 1 


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1.766 , 
2,745 
1.970 
3,137 
1.920 
3.064 
3.166 
2.095 
2.120 
2.706 
1.727 
1.901 
1.587 
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$6,484 

6,040 

4.4S9 

2.929 

4,954 

10.851 

14.025 

8.308 

11,053 

6.377 

29.832 

15.395 ■ 

16,503 

16.475 

16.345 










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14,188 










9.178 










6,018 


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9.140 

37.933 

59.006 

40.611 

94.196 

112.961 

117.402 

122 461 

124.046 








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11,694 








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$405,189 

305.270 

440,249 

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s. 

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1 


i 

1 


I 
1840 


81.078.620 

1.066.894 

907.093 

1.019,401 

1.164,826 

1.164.691 

1,867,803 

1,587.995 

1.650.555 

1,628.860 

1,713,848 

1,719.788 

1,938,674 

1.893.246 

1.918.606 

1,942.376 

2.006.016 

1.308.598 

96.070 

4.411 

2,033 

681 

6. 866 


110.006 
84.990 
46.488 
42.844 
84.981 
33.416 
70.176 
60.796 
60.077 
47.889 
69.466 
60.924 
67.618 
76.990 
80.665 
80.342 
94,494 
•115.866 
90,606 
77.650 
78.952 
64.966 
73.638 
74.174 
85.723 
88.721 
98.608 
114.658 
104.231 
116,679 
86.854 
186.653 
140.150 
123.841 
186.127 
167.127 
168.746 
131.741 
120.436 
93.514 
104.371 
86.544 
109.104 
108.009 
121.698 
130.523 
118.461 
117.495 
149.298 
158.258 
152.269 
172,-443 
• 175.139 
165.051 
162.428 
155,281 


828.961 

21.691 

88.717 

88.887 

21.681 

88,660 

46.468 

48,743 

66.869 

190,818 

102.286 

160,625 

143,141 

165.401 

124.042 

117.970 

148.834 

139.606 

92.318 

124.946 

146.846 

135.340 

181.801 

187.002 

239.881 

294.364 

281.726 

370.387 

274.615 

227.828 

341.495 

895.028 

854.819 

827.973 

879.610 

443.753 

360.028 

378.028 

383. 88R 

893.949 

605.441 

747.128 

476.8.=>2 

604.764 

461.465 

797.869 

662.976 

763.871 

713. 4S4 

1.378.463 

670.371 

1.232.766 

1.111.120 

1.124.466 

869.178 

1.091.995 








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887.888 98 

87.058 29 

38.610 79 

52.379 88 

80.147 60 

94,892 63 

124,855 66 

140.369 89 

161.282 81 

136.610 14 

169.046 96 

210.542 30 

171.689 92 

256.564 12 

273.631 4S 

853.011 07 

310,240 93 

408.406 87 

464.784 69 

275.525 18 

323.711 06 

423.405 74 

438.622 96 

638.292 92 

1.237.933 18 

1.2^8.960 06 

1.209.024 17 

1.064,068 08 

1.037.172 05 

1.241.278 24 

1.269.550 63 

1.808.02.> 85 

1.415.627 81 

1,399.085 40 

2.135.587 46 

2.148.252 46 

2.086.309 14 

1.364.256 83 

1.066.684 02 

1.351.868 37 

1.692.938 66 

1.675.888 80 

2.089.032 03 

1.534.100 27 

2.037.618 29 

1,729.029 99 

1.702.057 04 

1.814.848 78 

1.952.771 68 

1.935.396 46 

2.378.911 54 

2.211.103 69 

3.544.868 86 

3.635.668 73 

8.537.840 65 






1842! 






1848 






1844 






1846 






1846. 


1 * 


1847 






1848 






1849 






1850 






1851 






1852 


110.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 




1853 




1864 




1865 




1856 




1857 




1858 




1859 


20.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10,000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
1 10.000 
1 10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10,000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 
10.000 




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1861 r 




1862 




1863, 




1864 


184 




1865 




1866 






1867 




$102,936 


1868 




192.433 


1869 




169.677 


1870 




251.193 


1871 




163.760 


1872 




299.354 


1873 




836.863 


1874 




162.686 


1875 




621.729 


1876, 




621.005 


1877 




482.846 


1878 




680.186 


1879 




644.992 


1880 




811 189 


1881 




267 684 


1882 




90,708 
7.148 


1883 




1884 






1885 






1886 






18S7 




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1888 






1889 






1890 






1891 






1892 






1893 






1894 






1896 













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S8.29? 
216.933 
187.162 
284.922 
273.928 
265.063 
288.148 
805.098 
285.671 
102.747 
894.277 
251.190 
310.064 
839.559 
335.232 
850.171 
865.468 
373.275 
863.273 
415.86.) 
481.628 
456.102 
469.900 
418.368 
418.177 
685.94 

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611.068 
614.074 I 



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1,1&8.6H 

1, 3si.ua 

1.510.4OS 
1,7^1,111 

1 . -'-4 . I]i^ 

1.444.674 

1.269.208 

1.762.049 

1.788.401 

1.621.718 

1.959.206 

919. 25i 

890.960 

277.887 

464.873 

702.165 

49».862 

661.816 

541.607 

545.523 

651.839 

680.808 

409.394 

413.117 

879.319 

423.676 

481.904 

487.776 

874.819 

502.025 

620.971 

•74.624 

864.355 

1.014.823 

747.871 

923.938 

1,906.244 

2.235.838 

8.502 476 

2.386.750 

2,307.936 



166.788 
110,083 
118.977 
U3.431 
121.089 
119.356 
138.724 
118.444 
124.068 
159.175 
140,464 
126.335 
204,736 
148.363 
175.784 
130.458 
131.561 
213.957 
147,756 
165.859 
85.505 
278.488 
280.158 
354.407 
340,816 
848.569 
664.809 
492.407 
688.332 
418.381 
176.453 
106.788 
166.131 
85.662 
150,815 
200.458 
205.618 
686.790 
143.369 
140.715 
655.823 
264.899 
161.054 
150.262 
248.309 
696.441 
1,412 020 
846.999 
1.000.506 
1,881.615 
981.022 



1336 64 

1.225 46 

1.010 00 

500 00 

909 81 

2.880 36 



905 99 
7,881 61 



1,225 47 ' 

1.098 98 ' 

735 00 , 

1.448 43 

1.983 79 

889 08 

206 85 

8.666 17 

8.375 32 1 



303 55 . 

2.355 44 ' 
1.080 00 
2.243 83 
1.012 46 

2.356 79 
3.723 85 

12.393 28 
5.147 62 
6,033 49 
2.136 14 
6.858 59 



27.662 49 
2.529 17 
1.429 88 
8.321 57 
4.395 15 

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2.158 64 
6.025 76 
8.073 87 
6.896 95 
9.148 83 
6,098 14 
445 97 
1.957 18 
5.222 04 
6.439 24 
6.718 13 
1.895 13 

11.489 63 
3.940 72 

18.631 20 
4.919 29 



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87.397 
89.262 
14.580 j 
63.40S 
413.271 
7.521 ' 
10.647 
13.056 ^ 
35.358 
97.086 
42.647 
15.365 ; 
7.053 , 
6.855 
15.644 
86.905 I 
90.734 
58.023 
86.708 
67.535 
60.677 
58.9S9 
85.153 
101.584 
68.343 
56.498 
46.048 
35.133 
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23.278 
21.135 
84.6r,3 
54.144 
130.991 
107.004 
85.748 
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119.070 ; 

148.624 I 

164.408 

164.561 

168.710 

243.831 

241.967 

244 0^ 

215.257 

241.789 



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1.100 

1.600 

2,096 

S.420 

1.966 

10.866 

10.270 

6.036 

8.070 

6.716 

6.026 

11.98S 

9.265 

16.400 

8.840 

7.090 

8.080 

4.676 

6,056 

6,810 

27.405 

29.925 

30.200 

28.700 

19.300 

20.990 

21.280 

29.070 

30.080 

86,800 

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1848. 
1844. 
1846. 
1846. 
1847. 
1848. 
1849, 
1860. 
1861, 
1868. 
1868. 
1864, 
1856. 
1856, 
1867. 
1868. 
1S69. 
1860. 
1861. 
1862. 
1868. 
1864. 
1865. 
1866. 
1867, 
1868, 
1869. 
1870, 
1871. 
1872. 
1878. 
1874. 
1876. 
1876. 
1877, 
1878, 

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1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1888, 
1884, 
1885. 
1886, 
1887, 
1888. 
1889, 
1880. 
1891. 
1892, 
1898. 
1894. 
1896. 



19.614 
81,270 
67.227 
n8.206 
161.126 
260,947 
204.664 
224.686 
47.682 
81,426 
166.062 
800.000 
860.000 
868.747 
748.998 
761.741 
696.817 
667.687 
653.901 
761. 4«S 
881,749 
862.876 
651.370 
620.981 
481.613 
460.159 
461.529 
460.404 
460.000 
460.000 
460.000 
460.000 
460.000 
460.060 
460.000 
460.000 
460.000 
460,000 
460.000 
460.000 
865,664 



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18 

11 

1,166 

7.888 

16.090 

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17.161 

11.U2 

12.968 

8.946 

12.217 

12.718 

29.161 

19.627 

16.901 

10.864 

12.829 

9.693 

4.660 

2.899 

20.009 

6.545 

471 

27 



275 



12.760 

2.028 

1.688 

768 

9,286 

4.186 

7.060 

7.488 

9.189 

15,136 

20.486 

28.185 

88.328 

41.630 

61.218 

110.661 

128.758 

190.968 

220.892 

266,226 

5T9.878 

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aM,396 

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421 772 
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618.616 I 



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8378 82 
16.286 18 
28.04120 
46.915 81 
46.742 46 
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2.603 80 


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118.660 

143.073 

163,240 

242.124 

422.803 

810.896 

396,193 

339,446 

348.048 

446.286 

89.207 

66.050 

49.212 

46.625 

39.149 

81.800 

61.403 

64.080 

74.266 

69.126 

71.476 

63,776 

68.728 

81.596 

88.009 

1 71.668 

100.398 

68.406 

70.888 

79.783 

78.066 

83,100 














1132.472 
342.332 
384.161 
373.420 

4371804 
457.631 
797.759 

81,887 

134.214 

2.665 

74.406 
647.638 
569.102 
656.025 
786,978 
688,670 
887.566 
786.238 
913.808 
1.201.682 
776.888 
688.666 
517,266 
618.806 
700,678 

546.761 
780,308 
698.548 
































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10.126 
12.875 
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2.826 
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20.200 
13.200 
14,376 
14.176 
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39.168 
41.176 
42.619 
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49.906 
46.660 
66,040 
46.878 
80,388 
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176.668 73 
140.046 10 
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58,039 68 
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184.374 07 
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291.815 71 
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636.536 58 
616.494 80 

28.073 92 

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599.224 61 

21.284 40 
575.639 11 

20.308 13 
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106.007 63 
107.921 28 
99,744 57 
93.326 14 
90,152 96 
92.687 94 
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106.414 68 ' 
109.697 94 
131.223 56 
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145.095 43 
146.825 18 
140.516 17 
157.182 68 
158.206 02 
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46.661 25 
47.513 86 
41.058 03 
38.564 24 
29.701 77 
30 556 89 
29.614 79 
84.416 16 
34.309 02 
34.534 57 
37.834 59 
42.001 72 
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49.803 47 
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719.126 08 

661.340 66 

694.505 12 

690.575 96 

996.692 70 

951,249 08 

1.488.799 74 

1.823.709 92 

2.224.379 53 

2.759.936 64 

2.296.357 43 

1.838.791 18 

1.943.896 82 

1.315.134 17 

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46.643 19 

49,586 90 

61.096 71 

71.346 17 

81.170 20 

85.510 66 

96 449 34 

110.060 12 

120 803 10 

123.045 62 

115.145 22 

137.104 08 

156.555 82 

172 093 67 

168 660 48 

185.996 25 

175.452 02 

193.159 30 

197.101 88 

590.280 45 

8.53.706 38 

372.228 79 

351.751 43 

428.209 04 

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624.540 64 

762.461 39 

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265.001 47 

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244.866 15 

330.967 11 

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215,280 75 

197. 8M 23 

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207.728 67 
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393.231 83 
700.036 79 
171.533 62 
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1.214.927 91 

1.175.474 42 

1.592.456 85 

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1.456.198 94 

1.775. 5.'i8 28 

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27.303.494 64 

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22.943 814 31 
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JFEBS OF OFFIUE->Belonging to the County per Act of I87d. 

1. Allegheny county— 1893: 

Prothonotary $47,106 69 

Register 23,197 80 

Recorder 57,672 75 

Clerk 25,510 24 

$153,487 48 

2. Luzerne county — 1S9J: 

Prothonotary $8,890 96 

Register 6,883 18 

Recorder 14,346 36 

Clerk "92,- 12,120 OO 

$42,240 49 

3. Philadelphia county— 1893: 

Prothonotary, $67,906 06 

Register, 97,889 32 

Clerk, 86,066 87 

$350,953 20 

4. Schuylkill county— 1893: 

Prothonotary $6,540 14 

Register 4,627 43 

Recorder 7,288 65 

Clerk 9,599 23 

$28,055 45 



Total fees, exempt under act of 1876 $574,736 62 



RECAPITULATION. 

Fees of office returned to the Auditor General for the year 1895: 

1. In 63 counties having less than 150,000 population, $577,550 12 

2. By the prothonotaries of the Supreme Court for the year 

1893,* 10.062 76 

3. In 4 counties having more than 150,000 population 574,736 62 



Total fees of office $1,162,349 60 

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population, the fees of office, under the act of March 31, 1876 (P. L. page 13), 
belong entirely to the county. Since 1893 no return of said fees has been to this 
dei>artment, for that reason the returns as made for 1893, have been adopted in 
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INDEX. 



A. 

Page. 

Accounts, Board of Public 207 

Adjutant General's Department 203 

Advertising 219 

Greneral revenue fund 219 

Proposals for stationery, supplies, etc 219 

Agricultural, Department of, 208 

Allegheny Valley Railroad Company, 164 

Amounts received by State and County, Tabular Statement of 367-433 

Annuity for right of way, 165 

Anthracite district, statement of salaries and incidental expenses, Appen- 
dix, 333 

Appropriations for two years, session of 1895 331 

To counties (common schools) 'l^'l-io'k 

Arsenal, State 296 

Associate Judges, 193 

Asylums, reformatories, etc, 236 

Attorney General's Department, 202 

Auditor General's Department 201 

B. 

Banking Department, 204 

Banks, National 3-11 

Bank stock, tax on, 12-14 

Battlefields, Gettysburg 260 

Chickamauga-Chattanooga, 300 

Billiard licenses 152 

Board of Health, State 208 

Board of Pardons, 205 

Board of Public Charities 207 

Board of Public Accounts 207 

Board of Public Grounds and Buildings, 207 

Board of Property 208 

Board of Revenue Commissioners 206 

Board of Quarantine, State 209 

Bottlers' licenses 152 

Brewing companies, receipts from, etc., 26-27 

Brewers' licenses, 152 

Bridges and turnpike, receipts from, etc 28-33 

Brokers' licenses 152 

Building and Grounds, Public 210 

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Care ami treatmont (3f the indlKent insane 234 

Certain Items of receipts paid into State Treasury from 1840 to 1895, tabu- 
lated statement of 366-363 

Charitable institutions 236 

Charities, Board of, 207 

Clrickamauga-Chattanooga Battlefield Commission 260 

Classified statement showlnf? amount paid into State Treasury by the 

several corporations named, for fiscal year 1896, 141 

Coal, coke and coal mining:, receipts from, etc 34-41 

Coal mines, inspection and supervision, 212 

Coke, coal and coal mining", receipts from 34-41 

Collateral inheritance, tax on, 142-144 

Collateral inheritance, tax on (tabular statement), 339 

Collateral inheritance tax, refunded 307 

Commissions, special and investigrating, 231 

Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, 205 

Common pleas courts, 173 

Common schdtiifl, 246-260 

Commonwealth cases, counsel fees, 333 

Comparative statement fees of office year 1895, summary of, 364-366 

Conscience money, T 167 

Contracts, schedules, etc., 210 

Corporations, receipts from delinquent 338 

Corporations, receipts from delinquent (statement C), 33S 

Counsel fees and costs in Commonwealth cases 233 

County appropriations (common schools) 252 

Superintendents, salaries 246 

Counties, receipts from, 142-144 

receipts from licenses 152-153 

D. • 

Delinquent corporations, receipts from 338 

Delinquent dealers, costs in suits against 222 

Detailed statement of tax on loans (county and municipal) 146-151 

statement of receipts from counties (licenses) 152-153 

Domestic creditors 328 

E. 

Eastern Penitentiary 235 

Eaiing house licenses, 152 

Escheats 165 

Payments 306 

Examination of candidates for fire boss, 218 

Of candidates for mine foreman 216 

Of candidates for mine inspectors 218 

Of candidates for mine boss 218 

Executive and other Departments 199-209 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth 170-308 

Of Commonwealth, itemized 170-308 

Of Commonwealth, summary of payments, 168-169 

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Factory Inspectors 203 

Fees of office belonging to the county, per act of 1876 366 



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No. 2. REPORT OX THE FINANCES. 437 

Page. 

Fees of State Officers 166-166 

Office (comparative statement H), 344-353 

Ferry companies, receipts from, etc., 42-43 

Fines, 163 

Finances, report of 3 

Fire boss, examination of, 218 

Fire companies, Harrisburg, 305 

G. 

Gas companies (including artificial and natural), receints from 44-48 

General BJxpenses, National Guard 260 

Gettysburg Battlefield 260 

Gross receipts, tax on collateral inheritance (tabular statement E) 339 

Gross receipts, tax on corporations 26-140 

H. 

Harbor master, Philadelphia : 209 

Harrlsburg fire companies 305 

Health, State Board of, 208 

Heat, light and power, receipts from, 59-66 

Homes, 240 

Hospitals and asylums, 236 

House of Refuge 236 

House of Representatives : 171 

Huntingdon Reformatory, 236 

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Improvement and land, receipts from, etc., 51-58 

Incorporated savings institutions without capital stock 15 

State Banks 12-14 

Indebtedness of the Commonwealth (public debt) * 330 

Insane, care and treatment of, 234 

Inspection and supervision of coal mines, 212-218 

Institutions 243-244 

Charitable 236 

Miscellaneous, 244 

Interest certificates, 3^ 

Internal Affairs, Department of 202 

Insurance companies (domestic), receipts from, etc 49-50 

Insurance, Department of 203 

J. 

Judicary, salaries, etc., 171 

L. 

Lands, receipts from sale of 163 

Land and improvement, receipts from, etc 51-58 

Library, State, 204 

Licenses, receipts from auctioneers* 152 

Billiard, 152 

Bottlers' 152 

Brewers', 152 

Brokers', 152 

Distillers' 152 

Eating houses, 152 

Mt»rrantlle 152 

Peddlers' 152 



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Theatres, circuses, etc 152 

Wholesale liquor 152 

Ll^ht, heat and power, receipts from, 59-66 

Loans, public 234 

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Manufacturing, receipts from, etc 67-96 

Market companies, receipts from 97-98 

Medical Council of Pennsylvania 206 

Mercantile appraisers' mileage 219 

Licenses, summary of 152 

Mileage, mercantile appraisers' 219 

Mileage, mine inspectors 218 

Military claims 306 

Mine foreman, examination of, 216 

Inspectors, examination of, 218 

boss, examination of 218 

Mining, oil and slate, receipts from 99-102 

Miscellaneous, of common schools 256,260 

Corporations, receipts from 133-140 

•General, 167 

Institutions 244 

Receipts 167 

Money, Conscience •. 167 

Monthly expenditures, statement of 314-318 

Monthly receipts, statement of, 309-313 

N. 

National Banks 3-11 

Natfonal Guard of Pennsylvania, expense.s of, 260-300 

First brigade 261 

Second) brigade 272 

Third brigade, 283 

Naval commissary stores and supplies, 298 

Inspection expenses 298 

Military stores and supplies 298 

Quartermasters' stores and supplies 296 

Rifle Range expenses, 298 

State Arsenal 296 

Surgeon General's Department, 299 

Transportation 295 

Unclassified, miscellaneous 299 

Militia, State, naval 294 

Net earnings or income, tax on 15 

Normal Schools 254 

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Oil, mining and slate, receipts from, etc 99-102 

P. 

Pamphlet laws 142-144 

Pamphlet laws (comparative statement F), 341 

Pardons, Board of 206 

Penalties, per act of May 24, 1893, 164 

Penitentiaries, 285 



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No. 2. REPORT ON THE FINANCES. 439 

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Pennsylvania Industrial Reformatory, Huntingdon, 236 

Pennsylvania Reform School, Morganza, 236 

Pensions and Gratuities, 300-304 

Personal property, State tax on 142-144 

Tax returned to counties 244-246 

Valuation of, 319^321 

Port warden, Philadelphia 209 

Power, light and heat, receipts from 59-66 

Printing and binding 199 

Public Grounds and Buildings, ^0 

Debt, 330 

Debt statement, 322 

Instruction, Department of, 203 

Printing and Binding 199 

Q. 

Quarantine Board. State 209 

Quartermaster's stores and supplies 296 

R. 

Railroads (passenger), receipts from, etc., 111-116 

Railroads (steam), receipts from, etc., 103-110 

Recapitulations of — 

Common schools 260 

National Guard of Pennsylvania 300 

Public printing and binding 199 

Receipts and expenditures of State Treasurer from 1791 to Nov. 30, 1895, 354-365 

Receipts from corporations and associations, brewing companies, 26-27 

Bridges and turnpikes 28-33 

Coal, Coke and coal mining, 34-41 

Ferry companies 42-43 

Gas companies (including artificial and natural) 44-48 

Insurance companies (domestic) 49-50 

Land and Improvement, 51-58 

Light, heat and power 59-66 

Manufacturing 67-96 

Market companies, 97-98 • 

Oil, mining and slate 99-102 

Railroad (steam) 103-110 

Railways (passenger) 111-116 

Transportation (miscellaneous) 117-118 

Telephone and telegraph 119-121 

Water companies, 122-132 

Miscellaneous corporations » 133-140 

Receipts from counties, 142-144 

Collateral inheritances, 142 

Fees of office, . . . ^ 142 

licenses 142 

Loans (county and municipal), 142 

Notaries public 142 

Pamphlet laws, 142 

Personal property 142 

Total receipts 142 

Writs, wills, deeds, etc 142 

Receipts from foreign corporations and building and loan associations, 
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Receipts from foreign insurance companies, 22-25 

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Receipts from trust companies 16-18 

Receipts from delinquent corporations, 338 

Receipts, summary of 1-2 

Receipts, summary of, from financial corporations and associations 21 

Reformatories, 236 

Refunded cash 166 

Casli, conscience 167 

Relief notes, 327 

Reporter, State, 204 

Report on the Finances, 1-433 

Revenue Commissioners, Board of 206 

Revenue of Commonwealth, 3-167 

Revenue collected at county desk, cost of net amount paid and the rate 

per cent, of collecting (statement G) 343 

S. 

Salaries and their payment, judiciary, 171 

Salaries paid county superintendents 246-252 

Salaries and incidental expenses mine inspectors (statement A) 334 

Schools, common % 246-264 

Corn Planter Indians, 2G6 

Soldiers' Orphans' 260 

State Normal, 2&4 

Slate, oil and mininigr, reports from, etc 99-102 

Societies, under charitable institutions 343 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, Erie 260 

Orphans' Schools, 260 

State Arsenal. 296 

Board of Health and Vital Statistics, 208 

Department, 2(K) 

Library 304 

Naval Militia. 294 

Normal Schools 254 

Quarantine Board, 309 

Reporter, 204 

Reporter, assistant, 205 

Tax on personal property, 142-144 

Statement of receipts, monthly 309-313 

Of monthly expenditures, 314-318 

Valuation of i>ersonal property 319-321 

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Statement A — Mine Inspectoi-s (bituminous) : 334 

B— Mine inspectors (anthracite), 336 

C— Delinquent corporations, 338 

D — Cost per cent, of collecting mercantile and other licenses (see 

insert followng pagre 338). 

E — Cost per cent, of collecting collateral inheritance tax 339 

F — Cost per cent, of collecting: pamphlet laws, county loans, and 

tax on writs, etc., 541 

G — Recapitulation of cost of collecting revenue at county desk. .. 343 

H— Fees of ofRce received by county officers 344-363 

T — Receipts and expenditures from 1791 to 1895 364 

J— Receipts Itemized, 18-10 to 189S 354-361 

K— Expenditures itemized, 1840 to 1895 362 

Summary of fees of office belonging to statement H 364 

Fees of office belonging to counties per act of 1876 366 

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Superior Court, 172 

Stationery and supplies, 212 

Statistics, miscellaneous, appropriations for 1895-1896 331 

Stock held by Oommonwealth, 329 

Summary of receipts, 1-2 

Of receipts from financial corporations and associations 21 

Of receipts from counties 142-144 

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Collateral inheritances 142 

County loans 142,145-151 

Gross receipts (corporations) 26-140 

Gross receipts (notaries public) 163 

Loans, county, etc., 145-151 

Net earnings or income, 154-158 

Personal property, State, 142 

Personal property returned to counties 244-246 

Sale of fertilizers 158-162 

Writs, wills, deeds, etc., 142 

Telephone and telegraph, receipts from, 119-121 

Transportation (miscellaneous), receipts from 117-118 

National Guards, 295 

Treasury department 201 

Trust companies, receipts from 16-18 

Turnpikes and bridges, receipts from, etc 28-33 

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United States Go\'«rnment, 164 

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Western Penitentiary 235 

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